Graduated from high school in December of 2007 and enrolled in classes at Clemson for the spring semester...four-star wide receiver according to Rivals.com and a three-star choice by Scout.com...member of Rivals.com Rivals 250...#7 player in South Carolina by Rivals.com...#35 wide receiver nationally by Rivals.com...#70 wide receiver nationally by Scout.com...#37 wide receiver nationally by ESPN.com...#12 player in South Carolina by SuperPrep...helped lead Blythewood High School to the AAA state title in its first year of varsity football as a junior...head coach on that team was current Clemson grad assistant Jeff Scott...all-Region 3-AAA as a junior...second-team all-state selection as a junior by SCVarsity.com...all-area & all-state selection by The State...AP all-state selection as a junior...High School Sports Report AAA Offensive Player of the Year as a junior and all-state selection as a senior...scored eight receiving touchdowns in his first playoff game vs. Blue Ridge as a junior...had nine 100-yard receiving games...scored at least one touchdown in every game as a senior...caught 92 passes for 1551 yards and 21 TDs as a junior...added 71 receptions for 1047 yards and 15 touchdowns as a senior...for his high school career, he totaled 163 receptions for 2598 yards and 36 touchdowns in two years...after his junior year, he was named one of Sports Illustrated's Players to Watch...Shrine Bowl selection in 2007...coached by Geremy Saitz as a senior...recruited by Offensive Line Coach Brad Scott...chose Clemson over South Carolina.
Plyler on Jones: "I can't remember a player being a clone to another player like Jones is to Chansi Stuckey. Everything Stuckey gives you Marquan is the exact replica. At the shrine bowl, it was obvious he is so smooth in his routes. He is one of the rare athletes that make everything look really easy. You can tell he is very well coached. He knows how to run routes and come out of the routes and he also catches the ball extremely well."
Reminds Plyler of: Chansi Stuckey
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