Aiko Jones
6′2″Kingston, Jamaica
Aiko Jones


Pronunciation: EYE-koh


Pro Experience 

  • Atlanta Vibe - 2025 
    • Became the first Jamaican-born player signed into the Pro Volleyball Federation when she signed with the Atlanta Vibe on July 1, 2024. 


College Experience: 

  • 2023 AVCA All-East Region honors and was All-ACC Second Team
  • 2022 Final Four All-Tournament team, the All-Louisville Regional team, the AVCA First-Team All-East Region team, and the All-ACC First Team
  • 2021 AVCA First Team All-East Region and All-ACC 2nd Team
  • 2020 First Team All-ACC, ACC Player of the Week, AVCA All-East Region’s first team
  • First Team All-ACC, AVCA All-East Region, AVCA Honorable Mention All-American, NCAA Texas All-Regional Team

Prep: Aiko Jones, a 6-2 right side hitter from Kingston, Jamaica is a member of the Jamaica National Senior Team. She played as a starting setter/right side in the Caribbean Volleyball Championships in July of 2017 in Jamaica.  She played as a starting right side hitter and setter in the third round of the World Championships Qualifier in the Dominican Republic. Her high school is the Wolmer's School, where she is coached by O'Neil Ebanks. Wolmer's has won 23 national titles in the last 27 years and she has served as captain for the last three.  She was the National MVP in 2014, 2015, 2017, and 2018 as well as being named the National Best Server in 2017.  Strong at the net, she was Jamaica's National Best Attacker in 2015 and 2016 and the National Best Blocker in 2014 and 2015.  She was the National Best Attacker in 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018 as well as being the National Best Blocker in 2014 and 2015.  In addition she was named National Best Defender in 2018. She earned the 2016 Rising Star Award for the University of the West Indies Mona Volleyball Club with Coach O'Neil Ebanks and Ricardo Chong.
Personal: Daughter of Paula-Anne Porter-Jones and Thaon Jon Jones. Born August 12, 1999. Pursuing her master's degree in communications.