Stafford (Tex.) four-star wide receiver Hezekiah Jones will commit this Saturday, he announced this afternoon on Twitter.
Jones, who holds over two dozen scholarship offers, was committed to Baylor at one-time. He de-committed from the Bears in May and released his updated top five earlier this month. It consists of Houston, Alabama, Auburn, Notre Dame and Texas A&M.
He'll choose from those premier programs when he reveals his decision this weekend.
Hezekiah Jones is soon to be off the market.
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— Hez (@_hezekiahh) July 28, 2016
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The 6-foot, 193-pound Jones is the No. 18 wide receiver and No. 136 overall player in the 2017 class according to 247Sports' Composite Rankings. The 20th-rated player in the state of Texas, Jones is considered a near-lock to pick Texas A&M. His 247Sports Crystal Ball shows a 100 percent projection for the Aggies from a variety of recruiting analysts. Jones already attended both of A&M's recruiting barbecue events this summer. If he picks the Aggies on Saturday, he'll be the third wide receiver commit in the team's 2017 class. Three-stars Camron Buckley and Roshauud Paul are the other two.
“Everything factors in (to my decision),” Jones recently told USA TODAY. “The school, education, the coaching staff, and stability. If they win games that is great, but I am there to ball regardless.”
As of now, Texas A&M has a top-10 class nationally, checking in at No. 9 overall and No. 4 in the SEC.
As a junior, Jones caught 37 passes for 545 yards and seven touchdowns, helping Stafford compile an 11-1 record. He will play in the 2017 Under Armour All-American Game next January, one of 14 Texas players to earn the honor.
Stay tuned to College Spun on Saturday for the latest on Jones' decision.