"It's a great honor," Jones said on his Michigan offer. "I really appreciate the coaches giving me a chance to play at the University of Michigan. I really like the college. It's a good college. And it's very big that Jim Harbaugh came from coaching the NFL [San Francisco] 49ers, one of the best teams in the NFL to coach Michigan."
Now that Jones has his offer from the Wolverines, he says his plan is to make his way up to U-M for an on campus visit. And when he does make it, he admits he would like to hear from Coach Harbaugh himself.
"I really just want to have a good time and hear his interest in me," Jones said on thought if talking with Harbaugh. "That if I go to the university he would give me a chance to play on the field."
Jones added: "Just how [Michigan] is different. I want to know if there is stuff to do outside of football and just on the football field. ... I just looking for a school to show me a good time and show me that they are interested"
One thing Jones wanted to make clear, distance will never be a factor in his recruitment.
"I'm not worried about staying in California," Jones said. "It really doesn't matter to me. I just want to go somewhere that gives me chance to play on the field. Moving far away really doesn't matter."
Upcoming, Jones says he will be taking a trip to the Midwest for a 7v7 passing tournament, where he plans to take a visit to Notre Dame and other schools in the region.