Jonas Mouton: Eliminates One, Down To Three
Jonas Mouton Profile
Safety Jonas Mouton (6-2, 208, 4.6) from Los Angeles Venice (Calif.) has narrowed his choices to three schools, Michigan, USC and LSU--but says he's no where near making a decision.
"I'm not putting a time on it," Mouton said. "It'll probably go down to the last day. I'm just trying to figure out right now what's the most important thing for me. I'm talking to my family a lot and just trying to compare all the pros and cons of all these schools." Mouton has already visited all three schools. He went to Michigan on September 10, LSU on October 14 and his most recent trip was to USC on December 2. "Everything was fine at USC," Mouton said. "I love how they prepare for their games. It's unlike any other school. They go so hard and fast the whole time. Also, it's the home school and it's pretty cool how successful they've been."
He had also visited Nebraska on September 2, but is no longer considering the Huskers. "I just felt more comfortable at these other schools," Mouton said. "I just couldn't see myself at Nebraska.
"These three (Michigan, USC and LSU) are major programs," Mouton said. "They all have great fans and a lot of tradition. It's going to be a hard decision. There's not much between them at all."
Mouton finished his senior season with over 100 tackles and five interceptions (one for a touchdown). His team went 9-2 for the year.
He reports a 2.6 GPA, but claims not to know his ACT score.
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