Kyle Jackson stepped seamlessly into a starting role for Bowdoin as a sophomore, displaying the ability to be one of the NESCAC's top scoring threats. Jackson averaged 10.4 points and led the squad with 6.1 boards per contest. He scored double-digits in 14 games, netting a season-high 19 in the NESCAC First-Round loss to Trinity. As a first-year, he saw action in all 25 games, coming off the bench to average 4.6 points and 3.5 boards per game. A tough inside player with an outside shot, Jackson was a decorated player for Acton-Boxboro. The MVP of the Dual-County Athletic League, he also grabbed Boston Globe All-Scholastic honors, averaging 21 points and 10 boards for the league champs. He finished with 1,047 points for his high school career.