"It was a good visit. I just didn't really get the excitement I was expecting, but I had a good time," the wide receiver said.
"It wasn't really what I was expecting," Jones told CuseNation.com. "The coaches barely spoke, they were more friendly than informative. They just kind of rushed through the day."
This type of issue can happen on days such as Saturday. With so many prospects on campus, its hard to have meaningful conversations with each prospect.
"The game was fun, and I got a chance to speak with the receivers coach at the end of the day. He's interested in me, but he said my tape doesn't show my full capablities. They want me to come to the camp, thats where they really evaluate players."
Jones told CuseNation.com he will definietly attend the camp. He's out to prove the staff wrong and show them he's different.
"It was only my second junior day, but my worst so far," he reiterated.