Jones says no early leaders

WESTWOOD, Calif. - Alize Jones is already up to 10 offers and the 2015 tight end proved why Friday night at the UCLA camp.
The Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman standout dominated at times during the camp and he has outstanding size as well, intriguing coaches across the country.
That's why he has double-digit offers and with so much happening in his recruitment, Jones said he has no favorites and just wants to soak things open at this time.
UCLA impressed the 2015 standout but he has no leaders yet.
"It was nice," Jones said. "It was amazing. I took a little tour around the campus, I didn't get to see a whole lot but it's nice. I really like the weather, the field is nice and I love the coaches. They're really cool and funny. I really liked them. It was definitely nice.
"They said to come out here and work hard. They like my size, my speed, my catching ability and the way I run my routes in one-on-one matchups. It's way too early though. I don't have any favorites right now."
Jones has taken trips to Nebraska and UCLA so far this off-season and he's planning to spend three days at Notre Dame starting Sunday. Lincoln definitely impressed the Bishop Gorman recruit and Jones said he cannot wait to see South Bend.
"It was nice out there," Jones said of Nebraska. "The tradition is unbelievable. The stadium is great and I think they've had 50 years of sold-out home games with 90,000 people. That's crazy.
"I'm looking forward to just having fun at Notre Dame, competing and going out there and working hard. I want to bond with the players and the coaches and just have fun."
So far, the 6-foot-4, 218-pound recruit has been offered by Arizona, Arizona State, Baylor, Colorado, Nebraska, Oregon State, UCLA, USC, Utah and Vanderbilt. He said mainly the only other school showing a lot of interest in him at this point is Washington.