Florida’s 2019 class landed a verbal commitment Saturday from a rising quarterback prospect who took an unofficial visit Friday to UF.
Jalon Jones, a 6-foot-4, 205-pound dual-threat quarterback out of Baltimore, verbally committed to coach Dan Mullen and the Gators after leaving his visit Friday.
— Jay🔱 (@j4ymyles) April 7, 2018
Jones previously committed to Mullen when he was at Mississippi State, and UF quarterbacks coach Brian Johnson quickly made Jones a priority upon transitioning to UF.
Ranked the No. 6 dual-threat quarterback by 247Sports, Jones committed to the Gators over offers from the likes of Ohio State, Virginia and Alabama. And on Thursday, Jones took an unofficial visit to Clemson.
With Jones’ commitment, which is non-binding until he signs a letter of intent, the Gators have seven commits in the 2019 class.
— Jay🔱 (@j4ymyles) April 6, 2018