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Randell Jackson (born January 16, 1976 in Boston, Massachusetts) was signed by the Dallas Mavericks as a free agent on November 1, 1999.
Prep Stars.com had Jackson as the tenth ranked player coming out of high school in 1995 behind future NBA stars like Kevin Garnett, Vince Carter and Paul Pierce. He signed with Florida State and averaged 11.0 points and 6.3 rebounds his sophomore season as he helped lead the Seminoles to the NIT where he won the tournament's Most Valuable Player Award.
As a junior, Jackson raised his scoring average to 12.7 ppg while adding 37 blocks over the course of the year. He had a nice run in the NCAA tournament scoring 36 points and posting 16 boards before Florida State was eliminated in the second round.
Jackson came out after his junior year but went unselected in the 1998 NBA draft. The 6'11 forward caught on with the Washington Wizards and appeared in 27 games averaging 4.2 points and 2.0 rebounds in 10 minutes per night.
Released after the season, Jackson signed a free agent contract with the Mavs on November 1, 1999. He appeared in one game for Dallas, playing one minute with all zeros on his line score. With that appearance he joined a group that includes Monti Davis, Joao Vianna, Mark Wade, Chucky Brown, Adrian Caldwell and Rodrick Rhodes as players that had appeared in exactly one game for the Mavericks. He and Caldwell are the only ones to have no statistics other than the one minute played.
Jackson went on to play in Europe.