Rated as a three-star prospect by 247Sports, ESPN and Rivals … Slotted as the 10th-best player in the state of Oklahoma by 247Sports and ESPN … ESPN ranks him as the No. 68 cornerback in the 2019 recruiting class … No. 10 in The Oklahoman’s Super 30 recruit rankings … The latest in a series of talented players to join the Cowboys from Booker T. Washington, a group that includes recent standouts such as running back Justice Hill, defensive end Jordan Brailford and safety Malik Givens.
High School: Played for coach Brad Calip at Booker T. Washington … Recorded 25 tackles, two interceptions and broke up 16 passes during his junior season … Helped guide Booker T. Washington to the Oklahoma Class 6A-II state title in 2017 … In the championship game, he tallied 19 tackles and an interception on defense and caught eight passes for 135 yards and a receiving touchdown on offense … Starred as a defender throughout his career and broke through on the offensive side of the ball during his senior season … Credited with 21 tackles as a senior before a shoulder injury ended his high school career in mid-October … Caught four passes for 93 yards and scored two touchdowns as a receiver during his senior season … A team captain and all-district selection … Also played basketball at Booker T. Washington, where he led the Hornets to the Class 5A state championship game in 2017 … Was the second commitment in the Cowboys’ 2019 class, announcing his intention to join the program in February of 2018 … Was offered on his birthday and committed three days later.
Personal: Born Feb. 16, 2001, in Tulsa … Son of Demarco Jones, Sr., and Darian Brown … His uncle, Glenn Jackson, was a 2003 letterman on the Cowboy football team … Cousin, Jeremy Smith, lettered as a running back at OSU from 2010-13 … Plans to study journalism.