...he's just not telling anyone yet.
With USC head coach Tim Floyd resigning yesterday, attention turned to the remaining recruits that the Trojans had coming in next season. Would they leave, like so many other USC players had done so far this offseason?
One of those recruits, Lamont "Momo" Jones, was rumored to be reconsidering his commitment to the Trojans over the past couple of weeks.
Tony Bergeron, his former coach at American Christian (Pa.), said that Jones has made his decision but he and those closest to him are not ready to let everyone know.
"I do know, but we aren't releasing it just yet," Bergeron said in a text message.
Jones has already decommitted twice from schools, first reneging on his commitment to Louisville in February of 2008, then doing the same to Virginia Tech this past March.
He attended three high schools, starting at Rice High School in New York before heading to American Christian. After American Christian closed down, he finished his high school career at Oak Hill Academy (Va.). Jones helped lead the Warriors to the No. 1 spot ranking in the country before falling to Findlay Prep in the National Championship game.
Jones is ranked as the No. 11 point guard, and No. 68 prospect overall in the Class of 2009, by Rivals.com.
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