Jones Gives Visit a 10, Cause It's Clemson

Jones Gives Visit a 10, Cause It's Clemson

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Jones Gives Visit a 10, Cause It's Clemson

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Clemson verbal commitment Oliver Jones took his official visit to Clemson over the weekend.  TheClemsonInsider.com caught up with the future Tiger lineman to get the details on his visit.

How did Jones enjoy the official visit to Clemson?

Jones: I had a great time. My family and I both had fun. I came over with my mom and dad..

Who was Jone’s player host on the visit?

Jones: Joe Gore was my host. We had a great time together. He is cool. It was awesome.

What was the highlight of the visit?

Jones: It was the whole weekend. Every time you go to Clemson it is fun. It was good just being with the boys coming in early. Me, Patrick, Jay and Bradley hung out. It was good getting to spend time with Carlos and Jonathan. It was also good getting to meet some of the new players Keith Marshall and Todd Gurley.

How did the visit rate on a scale of one to ten?

Jones: I would give it a ten, because it’s Clemson.

How did your parents enjoy the visit?

Jones: They had a blast. They liked seeing everything like Vickery Hall and spending time with the other parents.

What did you do Saturday night with your player host?

just hung out. Couple other players

Jones: We just hung out. We had a good time.

Tell us about the conversations with the coaches?

Jones: They are still recruiting me, but they don’t have to win me over. They already did. They talked about how excited they are about this class, especially those coming in early.

Do you hear about any commitments this weekend?

Jones: Nope, not yet. I know all of them really like Clemson. I like all three and I know they can really help the team out. I hope they chose Clemson.

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