Three-star safety Cam Jones committed to IU via Twitter on Sunday evening.
“After visiting with several different schools I’m thrilled to say I’ll be continuing my football career at Indiana University,” Jones tweeted. “I’m committing today to be apart of the Hoosier family.”
Along with the note, Jones tweeted a photo of himself photoshopped into an IU uniform with the words “Cam Jones: The future of Indiana Football” suspended beside him.
Jones had offers from Tennessee and Memphis in addition to IU, and the Memphis, Tennessee, native drew interest from Purdue and Clemson but had not received offers.
Jones is the third verbal commitment of the IU Class of 2018 after South Carolina cornerback Elijah Rodgers committed to the Hoosiers on Saturday.
Rodgers had offers from Cincinnati, Purdue, Colorado State and others but committed to IU the same day as his unofficial visit to Bloomington on April 1.
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