The transition for Arlington (Texas) Seguin wide receiver Anthony Jones since transferring from the state of Florida has not hurt his numbers on the football field or his scholarship offer count.
Schools from around the country that had offered including Tennessee, Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Illinois, Ole Miss, and Nebraska were all trying to reach him after he left home in Florida to go live with his uncle in Texas. It didn't take long before those and other schools located the four-star receiver.
"They were all calling and wondering where I went," Jones said about the schools around the country. "Everything is straightened out now and they know where I'm at. Oklahoma and Oklahoma State are the other Big 12 schools that have called about me, but they haven't offered yet."
Before his move, there were a couple of schools that fell atop his list. Regardless of being in a different region, not much as changed.
"Alabama and Tennessee are my favorites right now," Jones said. "I just like their style of play and just the overall programs. I've visited both places already so that makes a difference."
Jones is planning on visiting both schools and his Alabama trip looks like it will be set when the Tide take on Auburn. He also has an official visit set for Nebraska on Oct. 28.
With a decision set for after the season, Jones is putting plenty of concern on his season with his new high school team. So far the star wide receiver has 584 yards and five touchdowns as his team as put together a 4-2 record.
However, he has noticed a few differences about playing football in the Lone Star state.