New offer, same leader for Jones

The transition has gone well for Florida-born receiver Anthony Jones since moving to Texas before his senior year. His Arlington (Texas) Seguin team has taken home the district title and is headed for the post-season.
Jones, the No. 28 rated wide receiver prospect in the country, is also thinking about his upcoming visits so that he can start narrowing down his list for recruiting. After eliminating Nebraska, he has added Oklahoma State to his list with their offer. The favorite, however, remains unchanged.
"Tennessee is still my favorite and it's really been ever since the spring game," Jones said. "They showed me more than any other school I visited. I'm taking the ACT in December, so when I finish that, I'll start setting visits."
With his team kicking off the playoffs this weekend, Jones says his timeframe for a decision will come down to how well he and his teammates do in the post-season.
"If we keep winning, I'll decide later," Jones said. "The earlier we're out, the earlier I'm going to decide."
Florida and Oklahoma State are the two other teams that Jones says he wants to visit before making his decision. The new offer from the Big 12 team peaks his interest.
"OSU is a different kind of team, but I'm interested" Jones said. "I'm just trying to go through the process though and find the right place. I just want to play."