"I haven't really been focused on [recruiting] because I'm trying to get a state championship first," Jones said Sunday evening. "Right now we are the number two team in the state and a lot of people think we have a good shot we just have to go out and prove it."
Individually, Jones is having a superb season and is averaging 21 points, 6 assists and 8 rebounds per contest for Nansemond River, who is 20-1 on the season.
"I think I've been playing real well and I've been showing a lot of leadership on my team and that's been one of my goals this year."
Due to his great play this season, Jones has become a target for a number of schools and the four-star guard claims scholarship offers from Virginia, Virginia Tech, George Mason and Old Dominion.
To go along with those four, Jones is receiving interest from Connecticut, Miami-FL, Clemson, Maryland, N.C. State and Wake Forest. Of the schools recruiting him he has made unofficial visits to Virginia, Virginia Tech, Wake Forest and N.C. State.
"I had a good time at all of them. I went to a basketball game at UVA and then I went to two football games, one at Virginia Tech and one at Wake Forest. Then at N.C. State I just checked out the school."
"It was fun," Jones said when asked specifically about his Wake Forest visit. "It was real wholesome up there and it had a good environment. They scrimmaged each other for the Gold and Black game so that was fun."
Although he's taken four unofficial visits, Jones still doesn't claim a favorite. He does, however, know exactly what he's looking for.
"Just a school that me and my family like a lot and with a good coaching staff, also a school that down the road I could get a lot of playing time."