been talk that
Jones, who is rated the 4th highest corner by ESPN.com and No. 25 by Scout.com, has always liked LSU and at one time the Tigers were his top choice.
"I really like the fact that they have a great football team and an excellent track program," said Jones. "I know they've won national championships in both of them recently."
LSU defensive backs coach Doug Mallory has been in contact with Jones and talked to him as early as Tuesday night.
just talked about getting squared away for the
gave his top teams outside of
to Mobile, if I were to get in my car and drive there right now, it's closer
than Auburn or Alabama, so in that respect it's more of an in-state school,"
said Tony. "LSU has huge support in
coaches have been keeping tabs on Phelon since they found out about him backing
"Coach Mallory was at our game last Friday watching Phelon play," said Tony. "He said he can do everything he wants to see in a cornerback and that he just does a lot of things right."
Phelon doesn't have an official offer from LSU yet, that isn't stopping him from
visiting LSU during the
"It doesn't matter if it's official or not, we're going to be there," said Tony.
Note: We will have a lot more on Phelon Jones tomorrow in the Tiger Wrap so be sure to check back.