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In-state WR duo Micah Jones and Jalin Tolbert visiting Illini this weekend

Illini hosting Warren Township wide receiver duo Micah Jones and Jalin Tolbert

Who's the best wide receiver duo in the state of Illinois?

Warren teammates Micah Jones and Jalin Tolbert think they hold the title -- and have tweeted as much at talented Bolingbrook combo Kendall Smith and I'Shawn Stewart.

Illinois is recruiting all four of those prospects and will host the Warren Township duo for unofficial visits for Saturday's homecoming game against Minnesota.

http://www.scout.com/player/193961-micah-jones

Jones, a 6-foot-5 Class of 2018 prospect, has visited Illinois more than a half dozen times. But he is a heavily recruited prospect who also has visited Notre Dame, Iowa and Northwestern. He also plans visits to Ole Miss, Ohio State and Michigan.

"I am making my decision soon so I am looking at what schools I would like to take my over night visits to really decide," Jones told Illini Inquirer. "As of now it's the same schools as before for my top-five (Illinois, Michigan State, Notre Dame, Iowa, and Northwestern). Right now on my list of overnights is Notre Dame and probably Northwestern."

This weekend's trip to Illinois will be an overnight visit as well.

"They are still up there as well," Jones said of Illinois. "(What stick out about Illinois is) probably the family feel and how many people I know there. It would be like home."

http://www.scout.com/player/209305-jalin-tolbert

Tolbert, a 6-foot-1 speedster (he ran a 4.59 40-yard dash at an Illini satellite camp during the summer), has also visited Illinois multiple times. So far, the Class of 2017 prospect mostly has interest from MAC programs, like Central Michigan and Northern Illinois. He said Indianaaso has shown interest.

"Basically, the Illini are telling me that they are very interested in me, and they and they told me they will be giving me a call soon," Tolbert said. "I'm just excited to go down there in general. I love the Illini atmosphere."


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