Jones starting to emerge

The secret of Milton (Fla.) wide receiver Isaiah Jones has begun to get out. The talented 6-foot-4, 210-pound wideout is starting to gain interest from colleges and recently landed a pair of offers.
"My coach told me that Tennessee wanted to offer me and Louisville offered me on Thursday," Jones said. "I get letters every day from South Carolina, Florida State, and South Florida as well as a few other schools."
So far, Jones main communication has been with the staff at Louisville. He spoke with them earlier this week when they extended the offer.
"I talked to the wide receivers coach, Coach (Ron) Dugans," Jones said. "He told me they don't have any big wide receivers and that I could come in and play if I wanted to."
Jones indicated he hasn't yet spoken to any coaches from Tennessee but hopes to in the near future.
Another school in the picture with Jones is Auburn. He recently visited Gene Chizik's program for a junior day event.
"I didn't really talk to Coach Chizik but I did talk to the receivers coach, Coach Trooper (Taylor)," Jones said. "He made it seem like they are all about family and that I would be taken care of if I went there to play."
At this time, Jones doesn't have any upcoming visit plans.
In addition to playing football, Jones is also a key contributor for the Milton basketball team. He previously had hopes of being a two-sport athlete in college but said that he may have to just focus on the football field.
"I think I am just going to be looking at football," Jones said. "All coming up through high school I wanted to see if I could play both, but I don't know if that will happen. If not, then I will just be playing football."
As a junior, Jones had 35 receptions for 500 yards and five touchdowns. He also returned a kickoff for a touchdown.