A fitting end to a remarkable one year run with the Seward County Saints, as Tuesday the NJCAA announced that point guard Jeremy Jones has been named a 3rd Team All-American.

Jones was named the Jayhawk West Player of the Year while averaging 18.6 points and 4.5 assists per game this season and leading Seward County to a Jayhawk West Championship and a 27-7 record. Jones scored over 20 points in a game 15 different times this season including a 32 point performance against Neosho County early in January. Jones is one of just three players from the conference to be named to the All-American list with Region VI Player of the Year Tyrus McGee getting a 1st Team nod and Hutchinson’s Joe Mitchell drawing Honorable Mention accolades. One of, if not the most highly recruited players in the country right now, Jones has made his official visit to South Florida and will travel to Kansas State this weekend and Arizona State later in the month as well as scheduling two other visits before he makes his final college choice.