Top Ranked Point Guard Tyus Jones Throws Down Sick Dunk in Fall League
Tyus Jones is the top ranked point guard in the 2014 college basketball recruiting, and so naturally attention follows. He is a point guard with immense skill and intelligence to go along with some pretty nice athleticism as well.
Attention also follows when you throw down dunks like the one below, and thanks to the The Shiver for the tweet.
— Matt Scott (@KUTheShiver) November 4, 2013
Jones and package recruiting deal partner Jahlil Okafor should come to a recruiting decision in the next two weeks, and there has been strange rumors about disagreements. They will most likely still go through with picking a school together by all accounts, but they are up in the air still about where they want to go. These two will be intertwined in the news all year, because they will likely both be in the running for some national player of the year awards, so keep an eye out for that. Their two teams also meet up in December and still considering making the drive out for that game. Have to admit the prospect of being in Minnesota in December is not fun though. Not sure my wheels could handle that, but will keep you all posted on any updates concerning that because it would be cool to get some content on those.
Will also keep you all posted about when they come to a decision and also keep an eye out for a piece on Andrew Wiggins later today. Thanks for reading folks and stop back in sometime real soon.
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