Clemson in top group for Elite 2019 OL


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Keiondre Jones - Offensive Guard
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Height: 6-4   Weight: 341   Hometown: Hogansville, GA (Callaway HS)   Class: 2019
ESPN:
#49 Overall, #1 OL, #10 GA
Rivals:
#196 Overall, #9 OL, #21 GA
24/7:
#16 OG, #27 GA
Jones at 2017 Orange and White game
Jones at 2017 Orange and White game

4-star 2019 offensive guard Keiondre Jones from Hogansville, Georgia (Callaway HS) announced his top schools on his Twitter account on Friday.

"First off I would like to thank God and my support system to put me in a position to make a decision like this. I appreciate you all more than ya'll will ever know. I would also like to thank my guardian angel watching down over me and keeping me safe and focused thank you Mrs. Dunn. With that being said, here are my top schools at this point in my journey(recruitment still 100% open)..."

Clemson made the cut alongside Georgia, Alabama, Oregon, Michigan, Ole Miss, Ohio State, Florida State, Tennessee, Auburn, and South Carolina. Three schools that appear to be front runners include Alabama, Clemson, and Georgia.

Jones has national offers already from Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Louisville, LSU, Miami, Michigan, Mississippi State, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Pittsburgh, South Carolina, Southern Mississippi, Tennessee, Troy, Tulane, Vanderbilt, UAB, and others. Alabama was the first to offer in the spring of 2015. Clemson offered on 9/15/16.

One important wild card for his recruitment is his mother that likes Clemson's family feel.

Clemson has offered his high school teammate Michael Robertson who is a 2020 wide receiver that had an early offer from Georgia.

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