Sin’Cere Jones Commits To Virginia Tech

Churchland forward Sin’Cere Jones committed to Virginia Tech on Sunday. (@SinCereJones_)

Sin’Cere Jones
Forward, Class of 2025
Churchland High School, Portsmouth, Va.
6-7, 195

On Sunday, Virginia Tech and Mike Young received a commitment from Sin’Cere Jones, a forward in the class of 2025. He’s the Hokies’ first pledge in that class.

A 6-foot-7, 195-pound prospect from Portsmouth, Va., Jones visited Blacksburg in mid-June and committed to the Hokies a few days later. Duquesne, Mississippi State, Old Dominion and VCU were some of the other schools that offered.

Jones is a three-star recruit, according to 247Sports, which ranks him as the No. 13 overall prospect in the Commonwealth of Virginia in the class of 2025. The Boo Williams AAU product is listed as the No. 43 power forward in the country, too.

He’s the first Tech commitment from Hampton Roads since Chris Clarke, a Virginia Beach native who played for the Hokies from 2015-18. Clarke also played for Boo Williams on the AAU circuit.

The addition of Jones gives the Hokies 10 scholarship players for the 2025-26 season and leaves them with three open scholarships. Only three players — Hysier Miller, Ben Burnham and Mylyjael Poteat — will graduate and move on after this season.

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  1. Any kid that plays for boo williams aau is solid, have seen many of there teams this year , I go to tourneys in hampton ,va beach and richmond weekly because of my grandson playing aau ball, good solid players at all high school ages, hVe seen coach’s from many colleges at tourneys good place to look for young upcoming talent.

  2. Please tie those shoes before you step on court. We cannot afford any more injuries.

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