On Sunday, Jones decided to end the recruiting process and committed to San Jose State.
"The thing with San Jose State is I love the coaches and also they want me to play receiver," Jones said. "I was mainly looking at San Jose State and San Diego State but SDSU liked me as a corner and I really wanted to play receiver in college.
"I haven't visited San Jose State yet but I did the camp they held out here and I clicked really well with the whole staff. Greg Lewis, the WR coach, was the one recruiting me and I also talked a lot with Donte Williams, who recruits my area. It's a great fit and I didn't see any reason to hold off making my decision."
Jones said he's hopeful of taking a visit to San Jose State in the summer, but if not, he'll wait for an official in the fall.
"We start football real soon here so I don't have a lot of time," Jones said. "It's not a big deal for me though. I'm comfortable with the program and the direction things are going to feel good about committing without actually having visited the place.
"I want to have my decision out of the way before school started. This way, I can focus on my senior year of football and my studies as well. I'm pretty excited right now and I think San Jose State is putting together a nice class and is a program on the rise."