Just like in the NBA, we often see high school players leave less-successful teams for greener pastures and the hopes that their fate will be different with new coaching and supporting cast. However, players like Jamison still provide hope for those who are willing to put their head down, work with the hand they’ve been dealt, and make the best out of any situation. Anyone involved with grassroots basketball in North Carolina should know about Jamison’s reputation and production as a nonstop scorer. Right now, he’s basically one game away from cracking 2,000 career points and has achieved this remarkable honor with relative ease. 

It would be extremely difficult to find many players that averaged at least 20 PPG in each of their first three high school seasons, which makes it even more impressive that Jamison has done so. His seasonal breakdown is as follows:

Freshman Season- 20.2 PPG, 5.4 RPG, 2.6 APG, and 1.4 SPG with 48% from the floor

Sophomore Season- 28.5 PPG, 9.9 RPG, 2.7 APG, and 1.7 SPG with 50% from the floor

Junior Season- 29.7 PPG, 12.3 RPG, 3.8 APG, 2 SPG with 50% from the floor

Those raw numbers alone should be enough to entice college coaches, given the combination between his productivity and steady improvement. Right now, Jamison holds offers from JMU, Elon, and Ole Miss with heavy interest from ECU, UNCG, Lehigh, Liberty, NC Central, Wake Forest, and William and Mary. Beyond all of those appealing factors, Jamison is constantly working to get stronger, both physically and in terms of skill, and sports an impressive 3.5 GPA (unweighted). There’s already a flurry of coaches eyeing the lethal scoring guard and his next move, as they hope to secure his services in the collegiate ranks.