Jones averaged 23.0 points and 14.7 rebounds in
three games for West Virginia, turning in three
double-doubles in a 2-1 week. He had 25 points
and 14 rebounds in a win against Tennessee Tech,
added 16 points and 13 boards in a win against Missouri State and had a career-high 28 points with 17 rebounds in an overtime loss to No. 6/7 Baylor.
With the win, Jones moved into the Big East lead in both scoring
(21.0 ppg) and rebounding (11.9 rpg) for the season.
West Virginia begins Big East play this week with a rush, hosting Villanova on Wednesday and traveling to Seton Hall on Friday.