Oklahoma High School Junior Prospects
Because of the time missed in 2003, HOUSTON JONES, the multi-threat quarterback will virtually be learning the QB position on the fly. "Honestly, I've never been a quarterback," said Jones. "Coach (Ron Kroeger) just told me that I fit the mold of the quarterback of the future because I can run and throw." Jones hasn't narrowed his college choices yet, choosing to put that process off until after passing the ACT. "I'm taking a lot of schools into consideration," Jones said. "But I want to get that test taken care of first." Jones averaged 7.7 yards per carry last season. Although Jones' Northeast squad went 2-8 in 2003, one of the Vikings' two wins was a 41-14 upset of El Reno. In Jones, Kroeger sees vast potential. "He reminds me of (Missouri quarterback) Brad Smith," said Kroeger. "He's a phenomenal athlete."
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