"The trip went really well," said Jones. "I really enjoyed the visit there and seeing the campus and talking with the coaches."
"Chris Owusu was my host on the trip," said Jones, who played two years with Owusu.
Freshman Terrance Brown also hosted Jones on his visit.
Having gone there unofficially during the spring, Jones said the official visit was a great experience, with spending time with the team the highlight.
"I liked just being with the team," said Jones. "I went to all the meetings and hung out with the players a lot more. That was a lot of fun."
"Toby is a beast," said Jones. "Up close, he's huge. I didn't think he was that big but he's a great athlete and can do something in the NFL."
In fact, a comparison can be made between the two, which Jones agrees with.
"Eventually defenders just get tired of tackling backs like us and we also have breakaway speed, so when we get in the open, we won't get caught," said Jones. "It's hard to find backs like that."
So with the trip to Palo Alto under his belt, Jones will now take a little bit of time between his two finalists.
"I haven't set a date yet but it's neck and neck between Stanford and UCLA," said Jones.
Jones and his Oaks teammates are ranked #1 in California and return to action this weekend when they face City Section foe Venice.