TALLAHASSEE, Fla. January is a month that college coaches typically use to solidify the commitments of high school and junior college prospects for the fall.
But the biggest commitments often come when a junior decides to stay in school for his senior season.
Florida States defense looks a lot better in 2013 after leading tackler Christian Jones decided he will return to school and not enter the NFL Draft. The deadline for draft-eligible players to decide was Tuesday.
Jones, Florida States weakside linebacker, led the team with 95 tackles. He had at least nine tackles in five of the Seminoles final six games and is a versatile player that is both a capable run-stopper while also able to drop into coverage.
The native of Winter Park had 10 tackles in the Orange Bowl win over Northern Illinois. He said after the game that he was going to take time to make his decision.
A lot of guys the past couple of years have helped to turn the program around, and I want to continue to be a part o...