Although his team fell short of the playoffs, Jones noted that he had a good senior season and matured as a quarterback. "I think I did a whole lot better than last year," he said. "From a quarterback standpoint and not letting things get to me, I did much better. I just went out there and had fun."
This past weekend, Jones visited Wake Forest again and enjoyed his time in Winston-Salem. "It was a good visit," he noted. ["Saturday,] half of our recruiting class was at the game which was great. I already know all them now. Right now with the season done and all, I'm just going to keep working out and getting ready for track."
Jones, who has visited Wake Forest for the Syracuse game along with the Virginia Tech game, is still firmly committed to Wake Forest and looking forward to joining the Wake Forest family. "I'm most definitely still [committed to Wake,"] he noted. "It's just the family atmosphere. The players and everyone knows each other so well. The coaching staff is great, the academics of course and then the ACC, it just can't be beat."