a four-star forward, has committed to Providence.

 a four-star forward, has committed to Providence.

Providence has received a commitment from Jamier Jones, the class of 2025 talent ranked No. 32 overall. The Orlando, Florida-born 6-foot-6, 210-pound forward picked the Friars over Ohio State, Houston, South Carolina, LSU, and Kansas.

“I joined Providence because they seem loyal and everything they’ve been telling me sounds good,” Jones remarked. “Coach English FaceTimes with me prior to every game and provides advice.” I’m quite confident in my choice.

Jones recently returned from a trip to Providence that preceded this choice. The staff made the case to Jones during his recruitment that, with commitment, he could advance to the next level.

“They want me to come over there as a freshman and average sixteen in the two or three plays. They provide me with the opportunity to become the one-and-done player I desire, and I am aware of the effort I must accomplish.”

Jones’ choice was also significantly influenced by the Friars’ success.

“Kim English, who came from George Mason, completely changed the program. After they arrived, the entire program was launched. I trust those people to get me to the NBA and help me stay there because they were a rated club the previous season.”

Jones has now joined Erhunmwunse Oswin, a top 50 big guy.


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