"He's probably not as thick as Hundley but I also don't know if Brett was as big when he was a junior in high school as he is now," Rancho Verde coach Pete Duffy said. "The game has really slowed down for him this year and he's off to a great start for us.
"He's running the offense and not trying to do too much. He's not trying to hit the home run play all the time and is just letting the game come to him. He's a great athlete but we don't run him too much because we can't risk getting him hurt. He'll run when the play breaks down and he's incredible at getting out of trouble in the pocket but we don't do too much zone read right now."
Jones landed his third scholarship offer late last week and all three are from the Pac 12.
"Colorado offered him last week," Duffy said. "They offered three of our guys and all three of them are no-brainers. Arizona State was first to offer and Arizona offered too. They all visited ASU a few weeks ago and loved it there. Texas A&M came out here in the spring and it sounded like they were close to offering but never pulled the trigger.
"Florida has called about him, USC and UCLA have both shown some interest and basically everyone is sending letters right now. Like I said, he's a no-brainer, he can do everything well and I think he should be recruited by just about everyone by the time his tape gets out and people see him up close."