2013 WR Damario Jones going under radar 

October, 2, 2012
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Not every college coach can find every prospect, and there are situations where football players don't get the attention they should. That might be the case with 2013 wide receiver Damario Jones (Westland, Mich./John Glenn), who believes there is a reason why he hasn't yet landed a big-time offer.

"I'm suspecting that I might get some more offers, but as of now I think it's the underexposure due to me transferring," he said. "It hindered me to a certain degree, but once I started balling and going to camps, I think everything will work itself out as far as recruiting goes."

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Tom VanHaaren/ESPN.comDamario Jones camped at Michigan this summer and will visit Ann Arbor on Oct. 20.
Jones transferred from a school in New Jersey to John Glenn High School a little more than a year ago. This is now his second season with John Glenn, but he believes the transfer has hurt his exposure with college recruiters. Switching schools can often cause prospects to lose touch with coaches and the chances of earning a scholarship might lessen.
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