WR Dwight Jones Profile
4-star wide receiver Dwight Jones has taken a break from the recruiting process and enjoyed some family time the past few days.
"I had a good time. I just spent time with my family," Jones told CUTigers.com in a recent interview.
Sill, Jones also has finalized his official visit itinerary for the month of January.
"I am going to visit North Carolina on January 6," he said. "Then I am going to Tennessee on January 12. I will be going to Clemson on January 19. My last visit will be to Florida on January 26."
When asked about his commitment status with North Carolina, Jones responded, "I am still with Carolina for right now."
What would it take for Clemson or another team to take the lead?
"I really don't know," he responded. "I just want to go on my visits and see which school I like the best. If I like a team better than Carolina, then they will become the leader.
"I will probably just look at the atmosphere at the schools. I want to see what the fans are like. I also want to see how I like the coaches," added the prize recruit.
All four finalists will get a look before Jones makes his decision.
"I will definitely take all four visits," Jones added. "After my last visit I will make my decision."
4-Star Receiver Sets Four Official Visits
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