- Hometown (Last School)
- Chapel Hill, N.C. (Virginia Episcopal)
- Current Team
- Kentucky Wildcats
Suited up as a McDonald’s All-American in 2016 … A double-double machine during his final season at Virginia Episcopal in Lynchburg, Virginia, posting 13 games with at least 20 points and at least 10 rebounds … A two-time all-state selection … Named the state’s player of the year as a senior … Hauled in conference player of the year and Super 64 MVP honors in his final campaign … A 1,000-point scorer for Virginia Episcopal School … Led the team to a state championship as a senior … Participated with Team Felton on the AAU circuit and led his team to back-to-back national championships … A consensus top-10 forward in the class of 2016 … Rivals, ESPN and 247Sports all ranked him No. 24 overall in their national rankings … Scout tabbed him at No. 27 … Ranked No. 21 overall in the Recruiting Services Consensus Index … Was a top-tier football player and was a Junior Rank Eighth Grade All-American quarterback before giving up the sport as a sophomore in high school.
Born Aug. 10, 1998, in Highland Park, New Jersey … His parents are Ley Killeya-Jones and Reggie Jones … Has one brother, Stefan … He is the youngest player on the 2016-17 roster … He lists his state title and two AAU championships as his most memorable moment as a basketball player … He chose his jersey number because that has been his number for the last three years … The one talent he wishes he had would be the ability to sing well … Chose Kentucky over Kansas, Virginia, North Carolina, Cal and Florida.