Ohio's Top Shooting Guard Dorian Jones Plans Official Visits

Dorian Jones, the standout shooting guard from Richmond Heights High School in Cleveland, Ohio, has solidified his plans for two official visits next month, as reported by On3’s Joe Tipton. Standing tall at 6 feet 4 inches and weighing in at 160 pounds, Jones is a highly sought-after prospect in the class of 2025.

Scheduled for April, Jones will embark on official visits to Rutgers from April 12th to 14th and to Missouri from April 17th to 19th. These visits mark significant milestones in Jones’ recruitment journey as he explores his collegiate options.

With an impressive ranking as the No. 58 overall prospect and the No. 16 shooting guard nationally, Jones holds the prestigious title of Ohio’s top shooting guard and the second-best player in the state, according to the On3 industry rankings.

Jones’ on-court prowess speaks volumes, earning him accolades such as second-team MaxPreps Sophomore All-American honors and the Division IV Player of the Year title in the previous season. Averaging an impressive 21.9 points, 7.1 rebounds, 3.0 steals, and 1.7 blocks per game, Jones played an instrumental role in leading the Spartans to a Division IV state title and an undefeated season, culminating in a remarkable 29-0 record.

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As Jones prepares to embark on his official visits, anticipation mounts among college basketball enthusiasts eager to witness where Ohio’s top shooting guard will ultimately choose to further his athletic and academic pursuits.

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