Although he doesn't list a true favorite school, Harrison Jones says North Carolina is "definitely…
Oklahoma offers tight end
"Oklahoma offered me," said Harrison Jones. "I talked to coach [Kevin] Wilson for about 35 minutes Tuesday night. He said they were going to offer me a scholarship. He talked about what a great school Oklahoma was. He told me what a great place it was. He talked about the tight end personnel there right now." "He talked to me about the offense. I believe they set the record for most points scored in a season. They run a spread-type offense. He pretty much told me what all the tight ends do in the offense." Jones has collected several scholarship offers including Alabama, Florida State, North Carolina, Vanderbilt, Stanford and the Sooners. "It's such an awesome program," he said. "It's really an honor to have an offfer from them. I never imagined Oklahoma would offer me. It's really an exciting honor. I am going to take it and strongly consider them." 'I like Oklahoma a lot. They are obviously a great program. I like coach Wilson a lot. It sounds like it's a real good place. Hopefully, I can get a visit there in the summer. Right now I love it." Evangelical Christian held their spring football practices in January due to other spring sports, and several college coaches have stopped by the school on the outskirts of Memphis. Jones is spending his time working out and throwing the discus in track. "I know coach Cignetti from Alabama has come by the school," he said. "Coach White from Stanford visited. Coach Wilson from Oklahoma came by as well. I know there have been a few other coaches that have stopped, by but those have been the most recent." Jones plans to see several programs during summer break to take a final look before announcing a decision in late August. "I don't really have any plans," he said. "Hopefully, I can make a trip to Oklahoma to see what the campus is like. I am going to a one day camp at Alabama and Ole Miss. Hopefully, get a chance to go to North Carolina as well." Jones scored a 29 on his first attempt of the ACT.
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