Just a few months ago, Sheridan Jones was one of the highest regarded prospects in the 2020 class. The lockdown cornerback posted 26 tackles, seven tackles for loss, two interceptions and 10 pass breakups in 2017. He added 203 yards and two touchdowns on 15 receptions on offense.
Since the end of his second high school season, things have changed for Jones. In January, he reclassified up from the 2020 to 2019 class, and also transferred from Bishop Sullivan Catholic High School in Virginia Beach, Va. to Maury High School in Norfolk, Va.
Jones is now up to 20 scholarship offers, most recently from Nebraska and Oklahoma. He’s also in the middle of visits that could help sort out his recruitment.
Both of Jones’ moves have been positive thus far. They’ve been a big reason for the increased interest he’s received from future schools. Jones, No. 118 in the Rivals250 for 2019, said he’s happy he made both moves, particularly his transfer to Maury.
“I actually live in Norfolk and my little brother also goes there,” Jones said. “The head coach was also the receivers coach...
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