N. C. State's class of 2014 member Chloe Jackson has been named the Washington Post's player of the year:
Repeat All-Met is sure to be remembered as one of the most dynamic players in Riverdale Baptist's decorated history. Jackson averaged 17.3 points per game and led the Crusaders in steals and assists en route to 27 wins and a berth in the Dick's Sporting Goods National Invitational in New York. Her crowning moment came in February's National Association of Christian Athletes championship against national power New Hope (N.C.), when she hit a three-pointer at the buzzer to give her team a dramatic one-point win. Will play at North Carolina State.
Of course, New Hope is where six-five Akela Maize, another of State's 2014 class, played.
Congratulations to Chloe Jackson and thanks for choosing State. Looking forward to seeing you play next year. Now, about that number 23.