You probably haven't heard much about western Pennsylvania wide receiver Corey Jones much yet, but the Pittsburgh prospect is definitely one to watch.
Though Jones, a 5-foot-9, 165-pound receiver, has flown under the radar for most of the process thus far we'll all be hearing a lot more about him from here on out.
Jones recently revealed that he has received verbal offers from three schools.
"One of my 7-on-7 coaches has been doing a lot of the recruiting (process) for me and he told me I had an offer from Kent State like a week ago. That was the most recent one," Jones reported.
"For the offers from Kansas and West Virginia my A.D. would just call me down and tell me about it."
Jones has done his best to find out what each of those schools are all about.
"I've talked to Kent State and a couple of coaches at West Virginia, too," he said. "Just recently I talked to a coach at Kansas.
"I haven't visited any of them yet but this weekend I'm taking a trip to Kent State to go see their spring game. I'm going to see Toledo, too."
It will obviously be much easier for Jones to visit West Virginia than Kansas, though he would like to see both.
For now the Mountaineers might have the edge over the competition.
"I just like that West Virginia has that spread offense," he admitted. "That's a big plus."
Don't expect a decision anytime soon, though. Jones said he expects to let the process drag on until after his senior season at Pittsburgh (Pa.) Penn Hills.
Last fall he hauled in 23 receptions for 302 yards and four scores.