It always seems that the five star players are the hardest ones to read, so it's no wonder that Atlanta (Ga.) Booker T. Washington safety Reshad Jones is a closed book. He's got offers from coast to coast and updates Rivals.com on his recruitment.
"Nothing new is really going on with my recruitment," Jones said. "Right now it's that slow period when the season has just started and coaches can't call yet and I'm not taking visits yet. I will narrow it down eventually, but I haven't done that yet."
THe 6-foot-1, 173-pound Jones attended the Athens NIKE camp where he ran the 40-yard dash in 4.6 seconds, the shuttle in 4.19 seconds and posted a 32-inch vertical jump.
"Miami, Oklahahoma, USC, Arkansas, Auburn, clemson, Florida, Georgia and LSU are some of the main schools on my mind right now," Jones said. "I will start trying to narrow it down to five to take my official visits to sometime during the season after coaches start calling."
JOnes is ranked as the No. 2 player in Georgia, the nation's No. 21 player overall and the No. 2 safety in the country by Rivals.com.
"So far I've done pretty well this season, but there are always things you need to work on and get better at and that is what I'm trying to do," Jones said. "Even though I have played well I think I could have done better and I am not satisfied with my performance."