May 19, 2013

Jones is a beast of a two-way lineman

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ATLANTA - Two-way lineman Tyler Jones out of Stephenson high school already holds more than ten offers and has seen a steady stream of college coaches come through his school. Many people feel that he could be a dominant force on the offensive line but he also has what it takes to be a Division I level player on the defensive line as well.



Jones checks in at 6-foot-4, 285-pounds and could still have some room to grow before it is all said and done. As he grows the decision of which side of the ball he will play on could be made for coaches if he gets to 6-foot-6 or taller, the lure of having a player that big who can move the way that Jones moves could be too much to pass up.



We made our way through his high school on our Southern Swing and talked to Jones about his game and which schools he was interested in. One school is Ohio State and despite being nine hours away by car, distance would not matter if the trip was not too long for his family to get to see him.



Check out what Jones had to say about the whole process and what defines him as a player in this exclusive video update.














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