"I am hearing from four schools right now," Jones told JCFootball.com recently. "Adam state, Virginia Union, Houston and Western Colorado."
Jones already has an offer in hand from Adams State and took a visit there on December 9th, but he's hoping that an offer from Houston could be in the offing although, at least at this point, he's having to wait patiently to see how things play out.
"Coach (James) Casey said he likes my film," Jones said. "He just got there and he said he doesn't quite have a scholarship that is available right now."
As a sophomore this past season for the Badgers, Jones led the team with seven touchdown receptions while finishing second in catches (32) and receiving yards (327).
"I would say I am more of a receiving tight end for sure," Jones noted. "I think what sets me apart is my route running. I don't have the most speed, but I can usually create separation. I run hard don't go down easy and catch contested passes."
As a prep at Highland High School in Salt Lake City, Jones went overlooked, so he headed to Snow, hoping to change things.
"I just wasn't a very developed player at the time," Jones admitted. "Snow is a great place to develop. It is in the middle of nowhere, so all there is to do is football and school. I love it!"
Jones was a full-qualifier out of high school, so he can leave at any time and he will have three years to play two starting this fall at whichever school he winds up signing with.