Reshad Jones has apparently changed his mind again and will remain with the Bulldogs for his junior year.
Wednesday night Brown stated to UGASports that he was leaning towards turning pro.
A teammate of Jones confirmed his latest decision to UGASports at 3:45 Thursday afternoon.
Jones' decision caps a whirlwind of activity for the Atlanta native.
He was scheduled to have a 4:30 teleconference with reporters Thursday afternoon
Previously, Jones said several times that he was returning to the Bulldogs and as recently as Monday, told UGA sports information personnel that he was returning for another season.
However, after junior Asher Allen announced his decision to forgo his senior year, Jones apparently had second thoughts, telling UGASports Wednesday night that he was leaning towards a pro career. He apparently changed his mind again Thursday afternoon.
Jones led the Bulldogs with five interceptions last year and was second on the team in tackles with 76.
He was one of several Bulldog underclassmen who asked the NFL's advisory committee to evaluate his draft status.
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