Columbus (Ohio) Brookhaven's Dominic Jones is one of the top cornerback prospects in the state of Ohio. So it's not surprising recruiters from all over the country are showing interest.
The 5-foot-9 and 185 pound Jones has been a varsity starter at cornerback since his freshman year at Brookhaven. Jones also started at slot-back during his junior season.
"He was everything for us," Brookhaven head coach Tom Blake said. "He goes all out and plays hard all the time. He's a very physical player."
Jones intercepted four passes during his freshman season, another as a sophomore, and had a huge junior season picking off 11 interceptions as he was named state Division II defensive player of the year.
As one would expect, recruiters from all parts of the country are showing interest.
"I know he likes Michigan," Blake said. "He went up there and had a great camp last summer."
"He's talked about the ACC schools. He likes Florida State. Stanford has called. Kansas State has called."
"I'm sure Ohio State will recruit him. Luke Fickell was in this winter."