Jones talks FSU visit

Milton (Fla.) wide receiver Isaiah Jones received an offer from Florida State a week ago. On Wednesday, the three-star prospect traveled to Tallahassee spending a majority of the day at the school.
During the visit he spent time with Jimbo Fisher and his staff, as well as other support personnel. He also had an opportunity to check out a spring practice.
"Just the coaches," Jones said when asked what most impressed him. "They really made the difference. They didn't just refer to football, but also to making me ready for life. Like all the way up from the strength coach."

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The 6-foot-4, 210-pound wide receiver had an opportunity speak with wide receivers coach Lawrence Dawsey about what his role would be if he were to choose the Seminoles.
"Just that it is a perfect place to come if I want the ball," Jones said. "They are throwing the ball around. I'll be an inside man or an outside receiver (for them)."
Accompanying Jones on the visit was his mother. He said she was also impressed by her time in Tallahassee.
"She liked it," Jones said. "She liked the history and tradition."
Jones, who has previously visited Auburn and Florida, doesn't have any immediate visit plans in the coming weeks. He isn't likely to make a decision until at least after the spring. He is interested to see what other schools offer between now and the end of May.
"No, not really," Jones said when asked if he had a leader. "Really still waiting it out."
In addition to holding an offer from Florida State, Jones has also received verbal offers from Arkansas, Auburn, Florida International, Georgia, Louisville, Marshall, Miami, and Tennessee.
As a junior, Jones had 35 receptions for 500 yards and five touchdowns. He also returned a kickoff for a touchdown.