Speaking of his parents, Jason's father Terry Evans played for the Seattle Seahawks. His brother Brandon currently plays football at Northwestern. In fact, Jason missed the most recent Nike Camp because of attending his brother's spring game in Evanston. Jason has not been to any camps this year, but he did attend a passing league at Auburn. Evans plays both ways as he racked-up 1,350 yards rushing last season with a 10.7 yard per carry average. He also had 15 touchdowns. On defense, he plays cornerback and had 40 tackles with 4 interceptions. When asked who his running style resembles, Jason mentioned Eddie George as he can run around, or over defenders. Jason is being recruited for offense. In the spring, Evans runs track as he long-jumps, and runs the 100, 200, and 400 meters. He has long-jumped 22 feet 8 inches. His best time in the 100 is 10.8, in the 200 is 22.5, and in the 400 is 49.0 seconds.
Evans has lived in Georgia for 6 years, but will probably end up leaving the state for school. He would like to play tail back, and on special teams, returning kicks in college. He has actually never been to Southern California, but still has considerable interest in USC. When asked what he likes about USC, he mentioned the schools tradition and location. He would like to major in communications. Jason is fully qualified as he currently has a 3.7 GPA and has a good score on his SAT, but wants to improve on it by retaking the SAT. His current SAT score is well above the minimum for qualifying.