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4-star WR Bryson Jones commits to Texas Tech

hunterby:Hunter Shelton06/10/24


Frisco (Texas) Lone Star four-star wide receiver Bryson Jones has committed to Texas Tech, he announced on Monday evening.

He chose the in-state Red Raiders over the likes of Oklahoma State, SMU, Arkansas, Pitt and Texas A&M.

Jones is the No. 286 overall prospect and No. 43 wideout in the 2025 cycle, according to the On3 Industry Ranking, a weighted average that utilizes all four major recruiting media companies. He’s also the No. 43 player in Texas.

On3 ranks Jones higher than other recruiting services. He checks in at No. 219 overall and is the No. 29 WR and No. 36 player in Texas in the updated 2025 On300.

The 6-foot-1.5, 175-pounder logged his official visit to Lubbock over the weekend. He now joins a rising 2025 class for TTU that now ranks No. 25 in the nation, according to the On3 Industry Team Recruiting Rankings.

Texas Tech continues to build stout in-state class

Joey McGuire continues to impress on the in-state recruiting trail in Texas. The Red Raiders’ class now features 13 prospects — 12 of whom hail from the Lone Star State.

Stephenville (Texas) four-star wide receiver Tristian Gentry and Hitchcock (Texas) four-star quarterback Lloyd Jones are both top-300 prospects overall. Gentry is a top-40 wideout, while Jones is currently the No. 23 QB in the nation.

Mineral Wells (Texas) four-star tight end Preztynn Harrison pledged at the end of March and is the No. 21 player at his position. TTU is also currently trending for Houston Alief Hastings four-star EDGE Smith Orogbo, On3’s No. 26 overall prospect.

Other top commits in the class include Lubbock Frenship three-star WR Leyton Stone, Flower Mound Marcus three-star linebacker Brock Golwas, Arlington three-star WR Isaiah Robertson and Smithville three-star athlete Ramonz Adams.