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Auburn head coach Terri Williams-Flournoy is excited to welcome the next wave of Tigers to the Auburn Family! Check back here throughout the NCAA Early Signing Period to read up on the newest members of the Auburn women's basketball team. Check out the full release.

Jazmine Jones

Forward | 6-2
Winston-Salem, N.C.
West Forsyth High School

Full name is Jazmine Marie Jones... Ranked as the 25th best wing in the nation by ESPN... Rated a Top-200 (181) player and the 39th best small forward in the country by Collegiate Girls Basketball Report... A three-star prospect according to Prospects Nation... As a junior was named Central Piedmont 4A Conference Player of the Year and was named to the Central Piedmont Conference All-Tournament Team...Won the Mary Garber Award and was NC All Northwest player of the year... Averaged 15.0 points and 5.6 rebounds per game, leading the team to a 21-5 record and a No. 13 ranking in the state... West Forsyth High School won the conference championship in 2013... Averaged 10.8 points and 2.6 rebounds per game as a sophomore, leading the team to a 26-5 record... Played for Central Piedmont Conference Selection Team as a sophomore...Won West Forsyth Coaches Award, Most Valuable Player, and Most Valuable Offensive Player her sophomore year... Team was North Carolina State 4A Runner Up...Averaged 9.7 points and 5.9 rebounds per game as a freshman, helping the team to a 17-9 record... Won All Forsyth County Girls Basketball rookie of the Year and West Forsyth Varsity Basketball Coaches Award as a freshman... Led her AAU team, Garner Flames, to a United States Junior National/Nike 17U National Championship in 2013... Selected to the US Junior Nationals All-Tournament Team... Daughter of Jeff and DeAnna Jones... Father played basketball at Brevard College and then at North Carolina-Asheville... Following his college career he played oversees in the Ireland Professional League...Her twin, Jessica, is also signing with Auburn... Has three other siblings... Plans on majoring in Psychology... She and sister Jessica used to competitively show horses.

Coach Flo on Jazmine Jones...
"Jazmine can play almost anywhere. She can play both wings, can get down in the post and could even play at center for us. It is not unlikely for our system, our style of play, to have a small post in the back line of the press. Jazmine is a great rebounder and she can score. She is getting more confident in her shot. As far as the range, she is good with the mid-range and she is getting better at shooting the three."

Jazmine Jones on signing with Auburn...
"I signed with Auburn because of the family atmosphere and the feeling I got when I was on my official visit. The coaching staff and the team are extremely welcoming. I knew Auburn was where I wanted to attend college because I felt that I would continue to become a better player and student. As I was on my way to Auburn, I was thinking about what all I wanted in a college, and when I got to Auburn, I found exactly what I was looking for."

Jazmine Jones on Coach Flo...
"Coach Flo is somebody I feel I can talk to whether it be about basketball or personal situations. I love how welcoming Coach Flo is, and how she is somebody I could look up to. I also felt Coach Flo's style of play and player development is something I feel like I can fit into and can be a part of."

Dan Olson, Collegiate Girls Basketball Report and ESPN, on Jazmine and Jessica Jones...
"Upgrading their size and length in the frontcourt was a focal point for Auburn and they achieved it in gaining the Jones twins. Long, athletic with emerging offensive games, versatile defenders, potential."

Jessica Jones

Forward | 6-2
Winston-Salem, N.C.
West Forsyth High School

Full name is Jessica Elizabeth Jones... Ranked 95th player and 20th forward in the nation by ESPN and Collegiate Girls Basketball Report... Ranked as the No. 153 player in the country by Blue Star Basketball... A three-star prospect according to Prospects Nation... Averaged 11.5 points and 7.8 rebounds per game as a junior, leading her team to a 21-5 record... Central Piedmont Conference All-Tournament Team and All Conference Team her junior year... West Forsyth won the conference championship... High School was ranked No. 13 in the state ... Averaged 9.2 points and 4.5 rebounds per game as a sophomore, leading her team to a 26-5 record... Voted West Forsyth Varsity Team Most Valuable Defensive Player as a sophomore... Mary Garber All-Tournament Team Selection and Central Piedmont All Conference Selection... As a sophomore was Central Piedmont Conference champs, Northwest Regional Champs, North Carolina Sectional Champs and North Carolina State 4A Runner Up... West Forsyth High School was ranked No. 8 in the state her sophomore year... As a freshman, she averaged 4.0 points and 7.0 rebounds per game, helping the squad to a 17-9 record... Helped lead her team to the third round of state playoffs as a freshman, and was a member of Triad Sports All Forsyth County All Rookie Team... Led her AAU team, Garner Flames, to a United States Junior National/Nike 17U National Championship in 2013... Daughter of Jeff and DeAnna Jones... Father played basketball at Brevard College and then at North Carolina-Asheville... Following his college career he played oversees in the Ireland Professional League... Her twin, Jazmine, is also signing with Auburn... Has three other siblings... Plans on majoring in Psychology... She and sister Jazmine used to competitively show horses.

Coach Flo on Jessica Jones...
"Jessica is another kid who can play multiple positions for us as well. That is really what attracted me to Jessica, and Jazmine both, being able to just put them on the floor at any position. They are both long, they are athletic and they play extremely hard. In rebounding, they don't mind getting in there posting up. Jessica will be able to do a lot of things for us."

Jessica Jones on signing with Auburn...
"I chose Auburn because of the family-like atmosphere. Coach Flo and the assistant coaches made me feel right at home, they were very welcoming and I love the Auburn program, athletically and academically. I felt very comfortable around the team and felt like it would be a great fit for me."

Jessica Jones on Coach Flo...
"Usually around coaches I feel nervous and scared to talk, but with Coach Flo I felt so comfortable and I had a feeling like I could talk to her about anything. I also feel like Coach Flo's style of play is something I will be able to fit into right away. I really look up to her as a coach and feel like she will take me to the next level."

Dan Olson, Collegiate Girls Basketball Report and ESPN, on Jazmine and Jessica Jones...
"Upgrading their size and length in the frontcourt was a focal point for Auburn and they achieved it in gaining the Jones twins. Long, athletic with emerging offensive games, versatile defenders, potential."

Bria Johnson

Guard | 5-8
Baton Rouge, La.
Episcopal High School

Full name is Bria Nyshaun Johnson... Ranked No. 135 in the nation by the All-Star Girls Report... Ranked as the No. 60 point guard in the nation by ESPN... A four-star prospect according to Prospects Nation... Rated a Top-200 player by Jump Off Plus... Averaged 18.0 points and 8.0 rebounds her junior year... Helped lead her team to a 22-12 record... Won District Defensive MVP and All District First Team as a junior and sophomore... As a junior she was also named All-State Honorable Mention... Served as team captain during both her junior and sophomore years... Averaged 16.0 points and 7.0 rebounds as a sophomore... Also on the track & field team ... Won district and regional titles in the long jump in 2013... Qualified for the state championship in both the long jump and 4x100 meter relay, helping her team finish as the state runners up... Received the Merit award for Drama and is a member of the National Spanish Honors Society... Daughter of Fredrick and Lakita Tate... Plans on majoring in International Business.

Coach Flo on Bria Johnson...
“Bria is a combo guard, she can play the two position and the three position and she can get down and after it defensively. Watching her play this summer, I was really impressed with how much she had improved on her 3-point shot and she has always been a kid who could create off the bounce. She was already a great mid-range shooter, but you can definitely tell she worked on her 3-point shooting, which is a bonus for her and us.”

Bria Johnson on signing with Auburn...
"I chose Auburn because I felt at home with the staff. I love Auburn's style of play and I feel as if I will be able to enhance my game at Auburn. The players and coaches have the ambition to succeed on and off of the court. The Auburn family welcomed me with open arms when I visited and I knew it was the perfect place for me."

Bria Johnson on Coach Flo...
"Coach Flo believes in the character of a player. She saw greatness in me and expressed that. She is a woman that I can look up to and spend the next four years of my life with. She will run you and work you, but while doing this she will get the best out of you and she will instill in you the qualities and knowledge that will allow you to achieve greatness on and off the court."

Dan Olson, Collegiate Girls Basketball Report and ESPN, on Bria Johnson...
"Bria is a lead-guard that contributes in an up-tempo game. She handles and creates, defends in pressure."

Asia Robeson

Forward | 6-4
Kalamazoo, Mich.
Kalamazoo Central High

Full name is Asia Marie Robeson... Named a 2013-14 High School Sporting News Honorable Mention All-American... Ranked as the No. 22 overall player in the country and the No. 5 forward in the nation by ESPN and the Collegiate Girls Basketball Report ... Ranked 36th in the nation by Full Court Press... Is the No. 70 player in the country by Blue Star Basketball... Also ranked 99th in the nation by the All-Star Girls Report and 71st by Blue Star Basketball... Ranked as the 69th best player in the country by Prospects Nation... Rated as the No. 66 player in the nation by Jump Off Plus... Was Michigan Class A All-State First Team as a junior... Averaged 14.3 points, 12.1 rebounds, 9.7 blocks, 4.2 assists and 2.5 steals per game as a junior with 13 triple-doubles... Named honorable mention All-State as a sophomore... Her freshman year she was the top rebounder and received honorable mention All-State honors... Played for the club team Michigan Crossover... The team took third in 2013 at the Nike Nationals and the Boo Williams Tournament... Took second at the 2012 Nike Nationals... Plans on majoring in Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement... Daughter of Quinetta Bush... Has four siblings: Darrlon, Antoine, Shamara, and Tymel.

Coach Flo on Asia Robeson...
“We were really excited to get Asia. She is the final piece to this signing class, she’s a 6-4 athlete that can run the floor, rebound, block shots and score inside. She brings the athleticism to the backline of our press that we have been looking for.”

Asia Robeson on signing with Auburn...
"I made the choice to sign with Auburn because I felt at home down there on the campus. It was not too big or too small, it was just right. I felt like everyone was just one big family."

Asia Robeson on Coach Flo...
"I was drawn to Coach Flo because she is more than a coach, she was like a mother figure to all the girls, even with having two kids of her own. I love her coaching style and the way she has the bigs getting up and down the court."

Dan Olson, Collegiate Girls Basketball Report and ESPN, on Asia Robeson...
"Asia is an ultra-athletic insider with off-the-charts potential, tailor-made for the SEC. She utilizes quickness and length, a rim runner. The marquee prospect of Auburn's class."