The challenge for Wake Forest is getting Jones on campus before summer's end. He's made a cross-country visit to Minnesota, one of his first offers, and has a week planned with visits to Missouri, Arkansas, and Arkansas State.
"I'm open right now," he said, " but I'd like to narrow my schools down to seven or eight before school starts. I'm looking at my relationship with the coaching staff, a place I'll be comfortable living, and somewhere close where my parents can make it to the games."
Jones played both safety and cornerback as a sophomore for the Dutchtown Bulldogs. He then moved over to quarterback in his junior year and put up some big numbers and was named All-Region 3-AAAA.
"I had close to 1700 total yards," said Jones. "Out of the Wing T (offense), I had almost 1000 passing yards and nearly 700 rushing yards. This year I'm going to play more wide receiver and more defense. I kind of like the idea of plating offense [in college], but it's not going to play a big factor in my decision."
In March, Jones was named to the All-Combine at a Nike Sparq event in Atlanta from over 1500 competitors. He had a 4.69 forty, a 4.12 shuttle, a 35.3 vertical jump, and a Sparq score of 95.25.