Amazing 10 Year Old Recruited For College Basketball

It's True! 10 Year Old Basketball Player Receives Letters From Colleges To Play Ball
10-Year-Old Kid Being Recruited by Division 1 Programs for College Basketball
Jaden Jones is literally receiving actual, hand-written recruiting letters from Division I basketball programs. The first to hit up the 10 year old was George Mason

10 year old- 4th grader, Jaden Jones who’s from Texas and dad from Baltimore is something special, someone to watch, somebody to guard up.
Jones hopes to make the new 5th grade MSE National Select team to play with potential future pro Seth Wilson from OH and Super Skilled Zion Harmon from Maryland, to name a few. One of their Non AAU stops is the LeBron James tournament in 2014. The talented pre-teen squad is headed by coach Francis, who also serves as MSE National camp director.


Amazing 10 Year Old Recruited For College Basketball


The young basketball player has been torching opponents in his youth leagues and has been widely talked about as one of the best under-15 basketball players around. Yes, people actually talk about a 10-year-old playing basketball. I will hand it to Jones, however, because the kid is really good. So good, in fact, that he has begun his recruiting process with letters from Division 1 programs such as George Mason.
Amazing 10 Year Old Recruited For College Basketball

Amazing 10 Year Old Recruited For College Basketball

Amazing 10 Year Old Recruited For College Basketball

Amazing 10 Year Old Recruited For College Basketball

Amazing 10 Year Old Recruited For College Basketball


The kid’s got some nice moves. His crossover is devastating and he’s breaking young ankles left and right.

Jones is big for his age -- he's already 5-foot-5, compared to Shaquille O'Neal's 5-foot-4 at the same age -- and has enormous hands that can already palm a basketball. Typical growth projections would have Jones grow to be nearly 7-feet tall, and his half brother is 6-foot-5 and came from a mother who was five inches shorter than Jones' mother.


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