WR Dwight Jones Profile
6-4, 210 pound wide receiver prospect Dwight Jones took an official visit to Tennessee over the weekend.
"I liked it. I liked the atmosphere. I enjoyed meeting the players and coaches," Jones told CUTigers.com.
How did Jones rate the visit to Tennessee on a scale of one to ten? "I would give it a ten," replied the talented receiver.
Two Clemson coaches paid Jones an in-home visit on Sunday.
"Coach Napier and coach Swinney came by the house Sunday," he said. "It went well. I had talked with coach Swinney on the phone, but he wanted to meet me in person. He told me they have some good receivers, but they really needed a playmaker."
When asked about his current leader, Jones responded, "I am still committed to North Carolina for now."
The Shrine Bowl standout will travel to Clemson for an official visit later this week.
"I am heading to Clemson on Thursday," he said. "I will be coming home on Saturday. My parents will be going with me. I just want to see the players and the coaches and see what their plans are for me.
"I am probably going to announce my decision on signing day."
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