Utah State picked up a verbal commitment Friday night from former Southern Nazarene combo guard Javon Jackson. Jackson is a 6 foot 3 190-pound transfer who has three seasons of eligibility remaining with a redshirt season available if he ever needs it. He will join the Aggies for the 2023-24 season. It’s unclear when Jackson came to Logan for his official visit. Jackson played just one season at Southern Nazarene, as a true freshman he averaged 15.8 points per game while shooting 45.5% from the field, 39.4% from behind the three-point line, and 76.1% at the free-throw stripe. He also pulled in 3.4 rebounds, handed out 2.8 assists, and swiped 1.3 steals per game. For his effort, he was named the Greater American Conference Freshman of the Year. Once he entered the transfer portal, Jackson became a popular player and pulled in offers from Bowling Green, Charlotte, Chattanooga, Denver, Fullerton, Indiana State, Lamar, Middle Tennessee State, North Texas, Northridge, Purdue-Fort Wayne, Tennessee Tech, Texas-San Antonio, and Wyoming. With the addition of Jackson, the Aggies now have 13 scholarship players to round out their 2023-24 roster.