The junior point guard led the Wildcats with 18 points in a 50-34 nonconference road win against Clinton.
Jackson ran away with this week’s honor, receiving78.25% of the vote.
Here are the other athletes who were nominated for Feb. 22-28:
Madelyn Atkins, Beebe: The junior combo guard drilled five three-pointers on her way to 23 points, including eight in the fourth quarter, in a 53-48 loss to Sylvan Hills on Tuesday.
Annie Beasley, Mountainburg: The diminutive senior combo guard poured in 21 points to lead Mountainburg to a decisive 67-45 win against Johnson Co. Westside on Monday.
Jayda Brown, Bentonville: The junior guard poured in 23 points in a 61-47 win against city rival Bentonville West on Friday.
Kate Cheek, Cotter: The junior forward stuffed the stat sheet with 13 points, 12 rebounds, eight blocks and six assists to engineer a 50-40 win against Yellville-Summit in a 2A-1 Conference tournament semifinal game. She scored 21 points, grabbed 12 rebounds and blocked seven shots in a 58-36 win against Flippin in the 2A-1 Conference final.
Chloe Clardy, Conway: The sophomore combo guard poured in 31 points in a 78-56 drubbing of Little Rock Central on Friday.
Lillie Compton, Berryville: The junior guard scored 21 points to lead Berryville past Gravette 54-49 on Monday in the opening round of the 4A-1 Conference Tournament.
Brett Gardner, Batesville Southside: The junior guard scored 23 points in a 43-17 trouncing of Highland in the quarterfinals of the 4A-3 Conference tournament Tuesday.
Nevaeh Griffin, Springdale: The senior forward scored 20 points in a 48-26 blowout of Fort Smith Southside on Friday.
Caroline Harris, Des Arc: The senior guard and Ouachita Baptist commit exploded for 31 points and grabbed five rebounds in a 77-51 win against Carlisle in the 2A-6 Conference semifinals.
Trinity Johnson, Farmington: The senior combo guard led the Cardinals with 22 points in a 72-49 rout of Shiloh Christian on Monday in the first round of the 4A-1 Conference tournament.
Natalya Kaza, Pulaski Academy: The junior shooting guard scored 21 points in a 77-50 blasting of eStem on Friday in the 4A-5 conference tournament final which completed an undefeated run for the Bruins.
Cheyanne Kemp, Morrilton: The sophomore forward led Morrilton to the 4-4A Conference Tournament title. She racked up 20 points, four rebounds and three assists in a 45-29 win against Dardanelle. She chipped in 17 points, five rebounds and three assists in a 53-27 win against Ozark in the championship game.
Tori Kersey, Farmington: The senior small forward poured in 25 points as the Cardinals knocked off Harrison 76-64 on Tuesday, avenging an earlier 14-point loss.
Ashtyn Knapp, West Side Greers Ferry: The sophomore scored 18 of her game-high 31 points in the second half to lead her squad to an easy 61-40 win against Izard County on Monday in the semifinals of the 1A-2 District tournament.