Wide receiver Micah Jones

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Rivals ranking: Four stars, No. 38 WR.

247Sports ranking: Three stars, No. 130 WR.

Notable numbers: 53 catches for 710 yards and 12 touchdowns as senior.

Birthday: Nov. 11, 1999.

First scholarship offer: Iowa.

Moment I knew I wanted to be Irish: “I was at an ND basketball game. Michigan State was in the running, and Ole Miss was in the running. At that basketball game, it came out that Michigan State had a scandal with the sexual assault stuff. Then Ole Miss had a scandal. I don’t know what they did. It all happened at one time. I was at the basketball game, and I was like, ‘I’m going to commit today.’ I was a silent commit for about a week.”

One word to describe Brian Kelly: Misunderstood.

The one thing I won’t miss about the recruiting process: “So many calls from different coaches and interviews. Just having to put up with all that during the school year as well as keeping up with homework.”

Best player I’ve played against: Zion-Benton WR Tyler Geiman.

The last thing I watched on Netflix: “Stranger Things.”

Most embarrassing song on my playlist: “Pound Cake/Paris Morton Music 2” — Drake.

Dream job (other than the NFL): “An athletic director at a large college.”

Expectations for my freshman season: “I expect to get some time. I expect to go out and play Sept. 1 against Michigan. Do as much as I can to get on the field and get some time, whether it’s on special teams or playing wide receiver.”

Favorite football accomplishment: “Making it as far as we did this last season with my team (second round of the IHSA Class 8A playoffs).”

Under Armour, Nike or Adidas: Nike.

What was the first position you played in football? Defensive end.

What’s your best sport other than football? Baseball.

Sports idol: Odell Beckham Jr.

Preferred social media: Instagram.

Favorite musician/band: Drake.

Celebrity crush: Jhené Aiko.

How many times have you watched Rudy? Two.

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How many pets do you have? One dog, Sam.

Wide receiver Micah Jones enrolled at Notre Dame in January. (Photo courtesy of Rivals)