2015 Instate prospect is a two sport athlete

One 2015 Colorado athlete has a decision to make. Whether to end up playing college football over perhaps his favorite sport basketball. Ignacio High School standout Adison Jones updated BuffPlayBook.com on his recruiting process.

One 2015 Colorado athlete has a decision to make.

Whether to end up playing college football over perhaps his favorite sport basketball.

Ignacio High School standout Adison Jones updated BuffPlayBook.com on his recruiting process.

"Recruiting i going ok so far," Jones said. "I'm not sure whether I'm going to play basketball or football. I may want to try to play both somewhere."

Jones, a 6-foot-4 215-pound quarterback in football and a small forward, power forward in basketball, is familiar with the CU Football and Basketball programs. He finished his junior season in football this past fall throwing for 1,997 yards, 26 touchdowns and only six interceptions.

"I went to a Colorado basketball camp this past summer," Jones said. "I like CU, it wouldn't be bad staying in-state. They have a really good coach in Tad Boyle, I have been impressed with what they have accomplished so far."

According to Jones, finding a school that has a football team that goes to bowl games and a basketball team that goes to the NCAA Tourney would be important to him.

His football team ended the year 6-3 and the Ignacio Basketball team is currently 8-0 and ranked No. 1 in Class 2A.

When will Jones decide on what sports he wants to play?

"I will probably decide at the beginning of my senior season," Jones said. "Right now I really enjoy playing both."