Cleveland (Ohio) St. Ignatius defensive end Dre'Mont Jones named a top three of Michigan, Notre Dame and Ohio State last month, but another school is trying to join that group.
"It's still the same three, but Kentucky has actually started to move up," Jones said. "They've been talking to me a lot this past spring."
Jones has Kentucky in the fourth spot on his list for now, and No. 1 still belongs to the Ohio State Buckeyes.
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"They're still out front, but I am still open to the other schools," Jones said. "The best relationship I have is with Coach (Larry) Johnson. We just talk a lot and he says he is really interested in me and really wants me to be a Buckeye."
Jones said he also has good relationships with Greg Mattison at Michigan and Kyle McCarthy at Notre Dame.
"I talk almost every day throughout the week with all those guys," Jones said.
Summer visits have not been set, but Jones wants to see both Michigan and Notre Dame before he makes his college decision.
"I am probably deciding in mid-summer," Jones said. "It's all about comfortability for me. That's what I am looking for in a school."
The 6-foot-4, 250-pound Jones is ranked as the No. 38 strongside defensive end in the country and the No. 27 player in Ohio's 2015 class.