St. Frances senior guard Rajeir Jones has made a commitment to play basketball at Chicago State.
Set to become a three-year starter, Jones averaged 10 points, four rebounds and two assists per game last season for the No. 1 Panthers.
In addition to his balanced numbers, he brings strong defense and leadership to the floor. Last season, the Panthers (36-7) had the best regular season record in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference and Baltimore Catholic League, winning the tournament title in the latter.
Chicago State competes in the Western Athletic Conference.
“Rajeir is a great two-way player who can play and guard multiple positions — he’ll do very well in the WAC,” said St. Frances coach Nick Myles. “He has been the glue that keeps us together at the Academy.”