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Kentucky Picks Up 2015 OLB Jordan Jones
Mark Stoops and company has done an amazing job recruiting the state of Ohio since coming to the Kentucky Wildcats. Thursday they picked up another talented prospect from the Buckeye State in OLB Jordan Jones, a 6’2″ junior from Youngstown, OH..
Cardinal Mooney’s Jordan Jones has committed to play college football at Kentucky.
— Chad Krispinsky (@Chad_WYTV) May 8, 2014
Jones picked Kentucky over Indiana, Michigan State, West Virginia, Oklahoma, Cincinnati and Miami (Fla.). He is considered the 42nd-best outside linebacker in the 2015 class by 247Sports.com.
He had 123 total tackles, 10 sacks, five forced fumbles last season for Cardinal Mooney, according to 247Sports.com.
Kentucky now has 8 commits for their 2015 class and it is already really impressive.