Interview with Cam Jones

Cam Jones will be remembered in West Lawn for many years. Longtime head coach Doug Dahms called Jones the greatest kick returner in Wilson history, and it’s hard to disagree. Over the past two seasons, Jones returned a dozen kicks for touchdowns! The Holy Cross commit took four punts and three kickoffs to the house last year. He was named to the Class 6A All-State team. Jones only had six punt returns this season, but five of them ended up in the end zone. The 5’11, 185-pound senior averaged an astounding 59.7 yards on those returns. Jones made the transition to running back look easy in 2022. He ran for 999 yards and 20 TD. The Bulldogs finished (8-3, 5-1) and completed their 47th consecutive winning season, a state record. In their regular season finale, Jones ran for 248 yards and two scores in a 27-21 victory at Manheim Township. He also tossed a 5-yard TD pass and made five tackles. Wilson lost at Harrisburg 32-21 in the District 3-6A quarterfinals.

SVSPORTS sat down with Jones after the season. He averaged 8.8 yards per carry and ended up with 26 combined touchdowns this year. Jones talked about the strong bond with his teammates.


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