"I had a chance to meet with the coaches and I hit it off, and the environment is what I wanted. I know I will have a good relationship with the coaches and with the players," said Jones, who is following former Galena Park (North Shore) players like Andrae May and Larry Stephens to Stillwater.
Jones said the spring game was good and he spent plenty of time around the Oklahoma State facility on Saturday, arriving at the football offices at 12:30 p.m.
"The facilities are the best I've seen," he added.
Jones said on his drive home Sunday that it had not quit raining yet but with the commitment a load has been lifted for him and he was feeling pretty much opposite the weather as he and his folks were driving through.
Undecided on his major for college, Jones also had offers from Kansas, Rice, Houston, and Baylor, along with interest from a number of schools.
He had right at 60 tackles last season and has very good pass coverage skills. He also told us that he begins spring football at North Shore for veteran head coach David Aymond on April 30.
Jones is being recruited by Oklahoma State associate head coach Joe DeForest, who is a very strong recruiter in the Houston area.