The Northwest Florida Junior College standout committed to Louisville just a day after returning home from his official visit.
NW Florida coach Steve Forbes confirmed the news to Scout.com.
"He committed to coach Pitino and Louisville about five minutes ago," Forbes told Scout.com.
Jones, who played his high school ball at Memphis (Tenn.) Melrose, is a major pick up for Louisville. He was a top 100 prospect coming out of high school and is regarded as the top Junior College player in the country by JUCO scouts.
Prior to committing to Louisville, Jones had taken official visits to Oklahoma State and Baylor. Kansas and Florida State were also scheduled to have him in for official visits.