Profile and Features
(05.29.03) On one hand, he has a powerful body and potentially is a very good post defender and rebounder. Conversely, however, Jones doesn't boast much in the way of offense. Moreover, he didn't demand the ball or scrap as much as we expected. It's just a matter of time for Jones, and he's better than he played here.
- Prepstars Premium
(05.28.03) I had a great time there and we played pretty well. I want coaches to know who I am and that I'm the real deal this summer. I'm ready to play every time on the court."
(02.28.03) The Longhorns already have a pledge from Texas City forward Dion Dowell, whom Texashoops ranks No. 6 in the state. But also high on the Longhorns' list is Seagoville's 6-10 LaMarcus Aldridge (No. 4), 6-7 Marshall Brown of Austin LBJ (No. 7) and 6-8, 250-pound post Joseph Jones of Normangee (No. 9).
- Star Telegram
(02.27.03) Brazo Sports
(02.05.03) Normangee gets win over Snook
(11.11.02) The good news is that one of the nation's best plays just 30 minutes away from the Texas A&M campus. Joseph Jones, a 6-10 junior, could be the answer to the Aggies' prayers. Jones told me that he's getting attention from most of the Texas colleges, particularly from the Aggies and Longhorns. Jones said that a big factor in his decision will be the ability to compete for a starting job and log plenty of playing time as a true freshman. That, along with location, are two things that should work in A&M's favor. This battle should get interesting as Joseph's stock continues to rise.
- Ag Sports
(04.27.02) Darrell Dorafrom Gonzales (H.S.) TX and 6'9 SophJoseph Jonesfrom Normangee (H.S.) TX, both of whom pass the look test with their size, athleticism and mobiliity. However, neither dora nor Jones was a dominant force inside
- Vision Sports
Well-built post player rebounded well during the tournament. He did not get many touches on offense, so that was not on display very much.