Contact information on Dwayne Jones was provided by Chris Melvin of CMRecruiting Source
At 6'1"-229lbs with a 4.4 forty, Dwayne Jones (RB) has drawn the attention of numerous college recruiters. In only six games at Lakewood High School, he ran for 953 yards. For his senior season, Jones has transferred to Toms River North High school in Toms River (New Jersey) and looks to improve on his junior numbers.
Who has been in contact with him?
Jones has drawn the attention of Ohio State, Virginia, Boston College, Virginia Tech, Rutgers, and Penn State
Who has offered him a scholarship?
Currently, he has offers from Rutgers and Boston College. After the May evaluation period, he expects to obtain a lot more offers.
Who are his favorites?
-Virginia - He has a good relationship with his recruiting coach, Al Golden. He also stated that it is a good school with a good football program.
-Boston College - He also has a good relationship with his recruiting coach, Bill McGovern. He also likes the campus and the surrounding area. Since he has been to the school a number of times, he feels very comfortable there.
-Ohio State: He likes the fact that they are the national champion. They were a childhood favorite.
Where has he taken unofficial visits or plan to do so?
Jones has already visited Rutgers and West Virginia. Over the next month, he will be visiting Virginia and Maryland for their spring games
What are some factors in his decision?
- Academics: He will be paying a lot of attention to the number of athletes, who obtain a degree from the university.
- Location: He does not want to go more than 8 hours away from home.
- Number of players at his position: He stated that he will be taking a very close look at the number of players at the RB position along with the number of years of eligibility those players have remaining.
Will he make an early decision?
Probably not, he stated that he will take all five of his visits before making a decision.
What does he plan to study in college?
He plans on majoring in Education.
Last season, Jones was named All-county and All-Shore.
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