"I really liked it," Jones said. "I feel more comfortable about the school after going there and I think I'm going to have a good four-five years there."
On the visit, Jones got a chance to meet fellow Rutgers commit Rashad White. He also got a chance to meet Marcus Witherspoon and J.B. Fitzgerald, both of whom are currently verbally committed to Michigan.
"Going into Rutgers it was cool to see the recruits and see how they were going through things and what they felt about the school," he said.
The two-way athlete roomed with Fitzgerald, and said that the Michigan commit has a different perspective of the Scarlet Knights after seeing what they had to offer.
"We talked (Sunday) morning and he said he had a good time," Jones said. "He said it changed his perspective. He talked to coach this morning so we will see what happens."
Jones said he will talk to former teammate and best friend Ka'Lial Glaud about Rutgers because he feels that he's a very talented player and would like to play with him at the next level.
"Definitely," he said. "I told him I would let him know if I liked the school or not after my official visit. I'm going to try and keep recruiting him to Rutgers because he's a phenomenal player."
Once he signs a letter of intent, Jones said he will start working out at the complex when he can and expects to start suiting up officially for the team near the end of June.
"I'm going to try and learn as much as I can and keep learning in meetings," he said.