"I would rate my trip a nine (out of 10)," Jones told TheTerritory Sunday.
"I felt like a part of the family there. The players showed me a good time. The highlight of my trip was meeting head coach bobby Bowden. He told me he was going to be there as long as his health was good. It was real nice to meet him."
Jones' host during his trip was defensive lineman Andre Fluellen.
"My host was André Fluellen and he was real cool," Jones said.
"I got to hang out with my home boys Pat Watkins and Antonio Cromartie. We use to be in AUU track together. I also hung out with Willie Williams and Clifton Dickson."
Where does FSU stand in the race for Jones?
"I'm leaning towards FSU but Miami still has a shot," Jones said.
"Miami is a real tight knit family but Florida State felt really tight. The juniors hang out with the freshman like they are best friends."
Jones admitted recruits such as Miller and two-sport standout Cornelius Ingram also let a favorable impression on him.
"I got to meet Brandon miller and he's real low key," Jones said.
"He was there for the entire visit. He seemed to like his visit. I think FSU is going to sign Cornelius Ingram. I think he might come in as a wide receiver and he loves the basketball program.
While Jones sounded upbeat, he still needs time to make a decision.
"I won't make a decision until after my North Carolina State visit on (1/23)," Jones said.
Territory recruiting analyst Dave Peters contrubuted to this report.