"I have about forty offers now. Georgia, Tennessee, and Army, have recently offered," said Stacy Jones.
Jones is not naming a favorite.
"I don't have a favorite. I am wide open right now. I
am considering Alabama, Auburn, Mississippi State, Georgia, and Florida."
Jones knows what he likes about each school.
Alabama: "It's close to home. I have a really good
chance to start early. I went to Alabama's Junior Day
and I really got a good feel of the campus. It seems
like a good place to play."
Auburn: "I always liked Auburn since I was little. I
like the colors of their jerseys. I like the coaches
and players there."
Mississippi State: "It is also close to home. Coach
Croom seems like he is going to put together a really
good program. I would like to be part of something
that is up and coming. I really like them a lot."
Georgia: "I read in a magazine, they are going to
be ranked number one going into the fall. They have a
lot of seniors that will be graduating. They are a
really good football team. They have a good defense."
Florida: "I also have liked Florida since I was little.
They want me to play tight end, and I would love to do
that. I also have several family ties in Florida."
"I don't really know when I will make my decision. I
know it won't be during the season. I want to find the school and team
that fits for me. I really
want to find a place where I can play early. I will
also look at the surroundings," added Jones.
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