Junior Miles Jones is making quite a name for himself in the state of Florida, and the American Heritage product has already hit the recruiting radar in a big way.
"Notre Dame was really good, and I liked (runningbacks coach) Autry Denson a lot," Jones stated. "He likes me a lot, but they have not offered yet. He told me he wants me to come back for camp."
"They have my transcripts and they're going to look at my grades this week," he said. "I definitely want to come back again, possibly for camp."
"This trip was great for me and my mom, and things were as I expected them to be," he continued. "Everything was serious and they really stressed the value of education, which meant a lot to us."
Following his visit to South Bend, Jones and his mother traveled to Columbus to check out the Buckeye program.
"Ohio State was really nice, and I got a chance to see the stadium, the campus and the facilities," Jones reported. "It was cold, but I was dressed for it and I could definitely see myself playing there."
"I spoke with (assistant coach) Tony Alford, and he told me they see me as a slot receiver and a kick returner," he added. "He said he likes me a lot, but they're still evaluating me so there was no offer given."
"Distance from home won't bother me at all, because I want to make the best decision that helps my future," he said. "It was good seeing a big time school, and it was easy to see why they are so successful."
Jones will head to TCU on Sunday to see the Horned Frogs program before returning to Florida.