Jones became the school's all-time leading passer earlier this season. In 39 career games, Jones has thrown for 12,218 yards – including 4,302 this season – and 92 touchdowns, to 40 interceptions.
CBS Sports' draft website has given Jones a first-round grade, pegging him to go third among quarterbacks, after Stanford's Andrew Luck and Baylor's Robert Griffin III.
Griffin also said Wednesday, on ESPN, that he doesn't anticipate making a decision until the deadline.
Scouts are enjoying a virtual bonanza here in the desert, between the two bowls and Luck and Jones practicing in the same city.
“I think he is a great quarterback,” Luck said Wednesday when he was asked about Jones. “I think he will be successful no matter what he does, if he stays or goes.”