2017 Provo (Ut.) WR Ty Jones talks recruiting and his upcoming visit to Seattle

So far, it's been a successful month of visits for the Huskies and the hope is that continues when 2017 Provo (Ut.) WR Ty Jones visits Montlake in a couple of weeks...

"I'm coming up (to Seattle) for a visit on the 23rd (of April) for when they play their spring game," Jones told Dawgman.com. "Coach (Bush) Hamdan and coach (Chris) Petersen have both been the coaches recruiting me and I feel like I have formed a real strong relationship with them."

Jones has never been to Seattle so his trip will include a visit in and around the city as well as meeting the coaches.

"A big reason why I am so high on Washington is because of the location there," Jones said. "It's real close to Seattle and I really like that.

"Another big thing is that the program is on the way up. They have a really good quarterback there in Jake (Browning) and their Business program is ranked 11th in the nation and that's another big aspect for me."

Washington isn't the only school that Jones is hoping to hit this month.

"I'm still working out some plans, but I'm hoping to see Stanford and Cal at some point," Jones said. "Neither of them have offered me yet, but Cal has basically said if I can get up there on campus, they would offer.

"Duke and Boise State are two other schools that want to get me up to campus and they said the same thing -- if I get up there, I will have an offer."

Jones committed to Utah last summer, but opted to open things up as more schools came into the picture and showed interest.

"I just committed too early," Jones said. "I'm still open to going to Utah, but I want to look around and make sure I am making the right decision."

Jones said he hopes to commit to a school before his senior season, but he's not locked into a timeline at this point.

"I'd love to have it over before my senior season and then just take one official visit, but if not, I'm not going to rush it," Jones said. "If I wait until after my senior season is over, then I will take all of my official visits and make my decision after those are completed."

As a junior last season, Jones led his team with 989 yards and 14 touchdowns while finishing second with 53 receptions.


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