The Anaheim-based private school, which went 14-0 before losing to De La Salle in the CIF Open Division State Bowl Game, undertakes a rugged schedule each year that regularly includes formidable, well-known foes such as Mission Viejo, Mater Dei, and Oceanside.
Thus, Jones has proven himself against many of the best wide receivers in a region known for its skill athletes. However, despite all of those factors, the senior is still looking for his first scholarship offer.
"I'm hearing from UNLV, San Jose State, San Diego State, and Texas," Jones said. "I think that San Jose State might offer and Texas should be offering. Those schools all want my film and I've sent my highlight tape out.
"Last year, I had 80 tackles and five interceptions. My best games were against Alemany (semifinals) and Chaparral. In the Alemany game, I blocked a field goal and picked off a pass. I had two interceptions against Chaparral."
How does Jones describe himself on the field?
"I'm a smart player," he said. "I don't have the best size (5-9, 165), but I'm football smart."