The 6-2, 175-pounder landed awkwardly on his ankle in the first half of Friday night's contest and did not return to the field in the second half. Then, it was discovered that Jones had suffered a broken ankle and will be lost for the remainder of the year.
My senior football season is over....— D'jimon Jones (@jonesdjimon1) September 15, 2015
Jones verballed to Washington State in June, choosing the Cougars over an offer from Montana and interest from BYU, Arizona and others. The Coug commit is being recruited as an athlete, though it's thought the Cougar coaches may like him best as a defensive back.
He's a three-sport star at Federal way, suiting up in football, basketball and track and field.
"They (coaches) just said they love what they've seen with my athleticism, and they were going off what I've done basketball-wise, track-wise and then obviously also on the football field. Coach Grinch said he was really pumped for me to commit because he can't wait to work with me," said Jones.
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Brewer threw for 170 yards and three touchdowns. The 6-5, 215-pounder added 49 rushing yards on six carries and did not play in the fourth quarter, Flour Bluff head coach Chris Steinbruck told Cougfan.com
Brewer, who verballed to WSU over the summer sight unseen, will wait to officially visit Washington State in the winter, as so many crimson prospects will (see story link below).
"Not yet," Brewer's dad Fred Brewer said when asked if they had set up the official yet. "WSU would rather we do it when there isn't a game. That way they can spend more time with him. Still working on it."
Video of Brewer this past Saturday: CLICK HERE.