Sleeper RB hopes for more offers

Damion Jones-Moore is a running back that has somehow managed to stay under the radar, though several colleges would love to land him.
The Pittsburgh (Pa.) Central Catholic prospect is a dynamic threat at 5-foot-6 and 171-pounds. Inevitably he was going to face questions about his size. All he has been able to do is step on the field and try to prove his doubters wrong.
"Our season's going pretty good actually," he said this week. "We got off to a real strong start. Obviously we can always improve. We're not exactly where we want to be yet but we're in a good spot."
The squad is off to a 4-0 start and while Jones-Moore is unsure of his stats he's doing a little bit of everything. He plays running back, wide receiver, slot and he returns kicks as well.
Ohio and Youngstown are the two schools that have offered so far.
"I've visited Toledo," he added. "It was real nice. It was better than I expected. The vibe was just very friendly there. It was very modern with a lot of updates."