D. J. Jones named Texas A&M his favorite out of his top 5 schools of interest which include Kansas State, Oklahoma, Kansas, and SMU
" Yea A&M is definitely at the top of my list"
Jones is a tough in between the tackles runner that head coach Mike Sherman would love to land. The A&M coaches have been in contact with Jones in the past few weeks and intend to get him on campus by the end of the summer.
D.J.'s main factor in deciding a school is playing time.
"A lot depends on who is in front of me and who is coming in."
This is good news for Aggie fans and the A&M coaching staff. Landing Jones would be a big pickup, and they are in perfect position to do so with their name at the top of his list of schools.
D.J. Jones Names New Leader
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