Jackson, a junior guard from Boston College, made his decision to leave school early official on Sunday, May 8, which was the last day for players to withdraw their name from the 2011 NBA Draft class.
Last season, Jackson led the Eagles in scoring (18.2 PPG), assists (4.5 APG) and steals (1.1 SPG). He finished his three-year career at Boston College with 1,254 points, 433 rebounds, 350 assists and 83 steals in 99 games with the Eagles.
Brooks, a senior guard/forward from Providence, was second in the nation in scoring last season, averaging 24.6 points per game, and also averaged seven rebounds per contest for the Friars. Brooks finished his four-year career at Providence with 1,629 points and 486 rebounds.
Here's a look at all of the participants in the 2011 NBA Draft Combine.