Jones attends Louisville game

Indianapolis (Ind.) Lawrence Central three-star wide receiver Kenny Jones made his first game visit of the fall this past weekend, traveling to see Louisville with his teammate Brandon Lee.
"I got down there about halftime because we had film in the morning," Jones said. "Everything went smooth down there. When we were watching the game, they were passing the ball a lot and that's what I want to be a part of - a passing organization."
Although Jones did not get to Louisville early enough to see the coaches pre-game, he was able to stick around afterward and shake hands.
"We didn't get to talk to any of the players, but we were talking to the coaches," Jones said. "I talked to Coach [Vance] Bedford at the game."
Louisville is one of four schools that has offered the 6-foot-2, 190-pound Jones. The others are Indiana, Illinois and Iowa State. He does not have any other game visits set, but would like to get out to each of the schools that have offered this fall.
With just four months left before he will sign his national letter of intent, Jones is nowhere near a final decision.
"I will probably commit after [Lee] commits [on Nov. 8]," he said. "Nobody stands out yet."
Jones estimated that he has recorded 18 receptions for over 200 yards and four touchdowns this season through five games.