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by Cole McCauley
January 15, 2020

After winning the AFC South in 2017, the Jacksonville Jaguars have had two straight mediocre seasons. Ending the 2019 season with a record of 6-10, Jacksonville once again finds itself with a top 10 pick in the upcoming draft.

The Jaguars have enough talent to surprise a lot of teams next year. At the same time, there are definite areas of concern that Jacksonville needs to address. Thanks to the Jalen Ramsey trade, the Jaguars have two first-round picks.

Here are some options the team should consider with pick No. 9.
Isaiah Simmons

The Clemson linebacker/safety is one of the most versatile prospects in the 2020 draft class. After impressive showings in the College Football Playoff this year and in 2019 in general, Simmons has seen his stock rise of late.

At 6-foot-4 and 230 pounds, Simmons has the size and athleticism to play either linebacker or safety for Jacksonville. The junior flew all around the field for the Tigers this year and the Jaguars could use some of that.

With Telvin Smith’s sudden departure from football and Myles Jack’s step back this year, the Jaguars could use a do-it-all defender with all the physical skills to be a future Pro Bowler one day.
Derrick Brown

The defensive line isn’t the most pressing need for Jacksonville, but it is a need nonetheless. Auburn’s Derrick Brown is considered by many to be the top defensive lineman in the class and if he falls to the Jaguars at nine, they could be getting a massive steal.

Calais Campbell is still a great player, but he’ll be 34 years old next season. Brown has the explosiveness, size, and raw power to make an immediate impact in Jacksonville and would form a scary trio along with Josh Allen and Yannick Ngakoue on the edge.

The 6-foot-5, 318-pound defensive lineman could go as early as third in the draft, but there’s a chance he could fall into Jacksonville’s lap.
Andrew Thomas

It was a tough year for the Jaguars’ offensive line. Starting left tackle Cam Robinson struggled in 2019 after tearing his ACL the year prior, so with the final prospect in the article, Jacksonville goes out and lands possibly the top tackle in the class.

Thomas was a freshman All-American for the University of Georgia in 2017 and led the way for D’Andre Swift in 2019. With how talented he is, the All-American tackle may not fall to pick No. 9, but it’s certainly a possibility. At 6-foot-5 and 320 pounds, Thomas has excellent power, long arms, and has excelled as a run blocker.

If Jacksonville wants to commit to Leonard Fournette and running the ball, there’s no better option than Thomas if he’s available.

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Patriots DE Chase Winovich

The rookie third-round pick had one tackle in the win over the Bills.

He has 19 tackles and 5 1/2 sacks this season.

Jacksonville Jaguars safety Jarrod Wilson

The former undrafted free agent had one of his best games of the season, finishing with eight tackles and an interception in a 24-12 loss to the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday.

He has 68 tackles and two interceptions this season.

Pittsburgh Steelers LB Devin Bush

The 2019 No. 10 overall pick had five tackles, including one for a loss, in a 16-10 loss to the New York Jets.

Bush has 97 tackles, four fumble recoveries two interceptions and one sack this season for the 8-7 Steelers.

Kansas City Chiefs DE Frank Clark

The 2015 second-round pick recorded his seventh sack of the season in Sunday night’s 26-3 win over the Chicago Bears.

Philadelphia Eagles DE Brandon Graham

The No. 13 overall pick in 2010 had two tackles in a 17-9 win over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday.

Graham has 47 tackles and 7 1/2 sacks this season for 8-7 Philadelphia.

Cowboys CB Jourdan Lewis

The 2017 third-round pick had five tackles in the loss to the Eagles.

He has 44 tackles, four sacks and two interceptions this season.

Seattle Seahawks safety Lano Hill

Hill, the brother of current Michigan cornerback Lavert Hill, tied his season-high with five tackles in a 27-13 loss to the Arizona Cardinals.

He has 17 tackles this season.

Seahawks DT Bryan Mone

The undrafted defensive tackle played for the first time since Week 3, recording his fourth tackle of the season in a loss to the Cardinals.

Baltimore Ravens DT Chris Wormley

The 2017 third-round pick had four tackles in a 31-15 win over the Cleveland Browns

He has 29 tackles and 1 1/5 sacks this season for the AFC regular season champion Ravens.

Green Bay Packers LB Rashan Gary

The 2019 No. 12 overall pick had one tackle in a 23-10 win over the Minnesota Vikings, helping the Packers clinch the NFC North.

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The Jaguars are a relatively new franchise company that was founded in 1995 and has only played in the playoffs seven times. You’ve had a tough decade and don’t have the historical legends of some other franchise companies.

That means they have some great talents on their current squad and some young talents.

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Calais Campbell (96 OVR)

Program: Team of the year

Position: RT

Auction House Value: Xbox – 374k / PS4 – 376k / PC – Unknown

The 33-year-old veterinarian has been one of the NFL’s best defenders for many years. This year he continued to dominate with 37 tackles, 6.5 sacks and 2 forced fumbling.

92 Power Moves and 89 Finesse Moves are a powerful combination. The strength of 93 is a great prerequisite for these rushing moves. 96 Block Shed will leave the line well, and 95 tackle will wind up the ball carrier. As you’d expect from a Team of the Year card, this is a great player.
Logan Cooke (93 OVR)

Program: NFL 100

Position: QB

Auction House Value: Xbox – 145,000 / PS4 – 145,000 / PC – 161,000

With 62 points in the 20 in his early years, Cooke is already one of the best young players in the league.

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95 kick power and 86 kick accuracy are all that counts for this card. The power is clearly very strong and useful for long strokes. The accuracy could be a bit better, but is still usable.
John Henderson (92 OVR)

Program: Ghosts of Madden – past

Position: WR

Auction House Value: Xbox – 145,000 / PS4 – 149,000 / PC – 130,000

Big John was a first round pick in 2002 and was notorious for its aggressive warm-up routines. But they worked clearly and mastered filling the barrel with a 6ft7, 335lb frame.

93 Strength with 89 power moves is crucial to play DT in a 3-4 pattern. 91 block shed and 89 tackle support for ball carrier and filling up the middle of the orienteering.
AJ Bouye (92 OVR)

Program: NFL 100

Position: K

Auction House Value: Xbox – Unknown / PS4 – Unknown / PC – Unknown

AJ Bouye originally impressed with the Texans, but switched to the Jags in 2018 and made the Pro Bowl this year based on the best six interceptions in his career. He has had trouble replicating this form, but is still a good CB.

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89 man and zone covers split it evenly over the coverages, but 91 presses help in the slot. 93 Acceleration is also valuable with 90 agility. The speed is slightly lower than that of his elite colleagues.
Josh Allen

Program: legends

Position: RE

Value of the auction house: Xbox – 92.1 KB / PS4 – 91.6 KB / PC – 125 KB

Allen, the seventh choice this year, has had a decent rookie year. 10.5 sacks made him 14th in the league, with 2 forced fumbles as a result.

At 262 pounds, it’s more of an OLB in 3-4 than a RE, 86 finesse moves would match that. 85 speed and 87 acceleration in addition to 90 pursuit and 89 hit power will get tackles, sacks and fumbles. These are decent numbers without being an elite card – so available for around 100,000.
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PLAYEROVRPOSITION PROGRAMAH value (Xbox / PS4) Calais Campbell 96 LE TOTY 374,000 Logan Cooke 93 P Football Outsiders 145,000 John Henderson 92 DT Legends 145,000 AJ Bouye 92 CB Harvest Josh Allen 91 LE Blitz 92,1,000 Telvin Smith 91 ROLB Signature Series 343,000 Jalen Ramsey 91 CB MUT Heroes 111,000 Marcedes Lewis 90 TE Flashbacks 88.9k Brandon Linder 89 C Ultimate Kickoff 99.1k Leonard Fournette 89 HB Gauntlet I Allen Robinson 89 WR Flashbacks 53.1k Gardner Minshew II 89 QB TOTW 44.5k

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The NFL playoffs are here. We had several surprises during the wildcard weekend when the Houston Texans were the only home team to advance to the division round, and that was only possible thanks to a frenzied comeback and some overtime exploits.

With the New England Patriots, which were sent by the Tennessee Titans, we see a new Super Bowl Champion in February.

To celebrate the playoffs, Madden Ultimate Team has launched a new card program: NFL Playoffs.

The top end of this set consists of starters even in the best lineups, but even in the lower OVR levels, some of these cards can outperform some of the bargain players that you have used the most.

You can read about the best NFL playoff players here.

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There were several mistakes made by the Jacksonville Jaguars’ front office in 2019 but the biggest probably was the signing of Nick Foles. They didn’t get their money’s worth as Foles sustained a misfortunate collarbone injury Week 1 and was benched during the second half of the season (Week 14). By the end of the season, he only registered four total starts which is not what fans were hoping for after he signed a four-year, $88 million deal.

Due to his time on the field not matching his huge payday from last March, Foles was listed as a runner-up in the least valuable acquisitions category of CBS Sports’ annual contract awards. Still, one player managed to win the award over him and that was receiver Antonio Brown, who spent one game with the New England Patriots before being released.

Foles’ acquisition was justifiably questioned in March because of the uncertainty surrounding him as a full-time starter. The team could’ve also landed a significantly cheaper option like Teddy Bridgewater or Tyrod Taylor but instead opted to make a statement to the locker room by getting Foles and paying him like a franchise quarterback. However, as fans predicted, the contract burned the franchise and is widely considered part of what cost Tom Coughlin his job as a front office executive.

Heading forward it will now be on general manager Dave Caldwell to figure out Nick Foles’ fate, but it’s hard to imagine him regaining the job from Gardner Minshew II. The young rookie registered a 6-6 record as a starter and arguably had the best rookie season of any quarterback in the 2019 class, so chances are Foles could be traded or an expensive No. 2 quarterback over being the Jags’ starter.

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Chris Conley is in the midst of career year for the Jacksonville Jaguars. The last two weeks have been very eventful for Conley as the Georgia Bulldogs alumnus made history in week 15, and returned home in week 16.

Chris Conley played wide receiver for the Georgia Bulldogs from 2011 to 2014. He amassed nearly 2000 yards receiving (1,938) and snagged 20 touchdowns as a Dawg. He was notoriously involved in the final play of the 2012 SEC Championship game when the Dawgs came up painfully short of defeating Alabama and going on to play for a National Title.

Now in his 5th year in the NFL, Chris Conley has had an eventful two-week stretch. In week 15, Conley and his Jaguars traveled to Oakland to take on the Raiders. Conley caught four passes to lead all Jaguars wide receivers. More impressive was the fact that he scored two touchdowns in the final six minutes of the game.

Chris Conley’s second touchdown will go into the record books forever. He became the last player to catch a touchdown at the Oakland Coliseum, as the Raiders will begin play in their new home of Las Vegas next season.

The game-winning touchdown set off a surreal scene that will forever be remembered. Fans booed the Raiders off the field. The team’s infamous fan section known as the Black Hole was especially disgruntled and began to throw trash onto the field and into the end zone, causing photographers to scurry for cover.

It could not be more fitting that Chris Conley – who is known for “Imperial Dawgs”, the Georgia Bulldogs Star Wars hype film he produced in college – became the man to shut down the Black Hole.
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Chris Conley caught the final Touchdown inside of Oakland Coliseum

In week 16 Chris Conley transitioned from history to homecoming. The Dallas, Georgia native and his team, were hosted by the Atlanta Falcons. The 6’3 wide receiver only had two catches in the ballgame, but he made them both count. One catch was a beautiful 14-yard effort to convert on a fourth down. He made the grab as the ball passed through the Falcons’ defender and made an impressive tightrope effort to keep both feet in bounds.

Conley’s other catch was a 42-yard touchdown reception in which he burned the Atlanta defense up the right sideline. You could hear his family and Georgia Bulldogs fans in attendance, loudly cheering and screaming for the Damn Good Dawg after he found paydirt.

Chris Conley has now set a new career-high in receiving yards with 737. He has also matched his career-best in catches with 44, and in touchdowns with five. He will have a chance to best both numbers at home against the Colts in the final game of the season.

Look for Chris Conley to continue to emerge as a real threat next season, as he and new Jaguars quarterback Gardner Minshew II have established great chemistry. Conley could be a threat to break 1000 yards next season, as he continues to help add to the Georgia Bulldogs NFL empire.

Be on the lookout for more great Chris Conley theatrics, even if they don’t take place in a galaxy far, far away.

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The Philadelphia Have 10 picks in the 2020 NFL and their first-round selection will come at pick No. 21 as it currently stands.

NFL teams have had enormous success with mid to late first-round picks and with the Eagles slotted to pick later in the round, Howie Roseman and company have a chance to land a bonafide star.

The recent history of players selected at No. 21 overall bolds well for the Eagles who’ll need to land a dynamic playmaker with their first-round pick.

Here are the players selected with the 21st overall pick since the 1998 NFL Draft.

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21st Overall

2019 Darnell Savage DB Maryland (Packers)
2018 Billy Price C Ohio State (Bengals)
2017 Jarrad Davis LB Florida (Lions)
2016 Will Fuller WR Notre Dame (Texans)
2015 Cedric Ogbuehi LT Texas A&M (Bengals)
2014 Ha Ha Clinton Dix S Alabama (Packers)
2013 Tyler Eifert TE Notre Dame (Bengals)
2012 Chandler Jones DE Syracuse (Patriots)
2011 Phil Taylor DT Baylor (Browns)
2010 Jermaine Gresham TE Oklahoma (Bengals)
2009 Alex Mack C California (Browns)
2008 Sam Baker OT USC (Falcons)
2007 Reggie Nelson S Florida (Jaguars)
2006 Laurence Maroney RB Minnesota (Patriots)
2005 Matt Jones WR Arkansas (Jaguars)
2004 Vince Wilfork DT Miami New England
2003 Jeff Faine C Notre Dame (Browns)
2002 Daniel Graham TE Colorado (Patriots)
2001 Nate Clements CB Ohio State (Bills)
2000 Sylvester Morris WR Jackson State (Chiefs)
1999 L.J. Shelton T Eastern Michigan Cardinals
1998 Randy Moss WR Marshall (Vikings)

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Randy Moss is the only player on the list to have a Hall of Fame career, but there have been some quality players selected at pick No. 21.

Chandler Jones had an All-Pro season for the Cardinals this season, while Alex Mack was one of the NFL’s top centers for years in Cleveland.

The Eagles second-round pick this season will be pick No. 53, the same pick that landed them Miles Sanders in 2019. LeSean McCoy was also the 53rd pick when he was selected, so it’ll be imperative for the Eagles to select a skilled player with this one.

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When right tackle Jawaan Taylor fell out of the first-round of the 2019 NFL Draft due to medical concerns, the Jacksonville Jaguars didn’t hesistate to take advantage. 16 games later, any of medical concerns have been dissmissed as well.

Jacksonville executed a trade with the Raiders for Oakland’s second-round pick at No. 35 overall on Day 2 of the draft as Taylor, a projected top-10 pick, continued to tumble. The Jaguars also acquired the Raiders’ fifth-round and seventh-round selections in exchange for No. 38 overall pick and a fourth-rounder.

Jacksonville was agressive moving up for the right tackle out of the Univeristy of Florida, and Taylor made his mark as a rookie, becoming an ironman performer.

Taylor played all 1,091 snaps for the Jaguars’ offense in 2019, one of only two players to do so (along with left guard Andrew Norwell). The fact that Taylor did this a few months after teams reportedly had durability issues about him is encourgain in of itself, but it goes deeper than that.

For instance, Taylor is the first Jaguars’ offensive rookie to start all 16 games in a season sicne offensive lineman Maurice Williams did it in 2001.

That is an 18-year difference, which is made even more staggering when you consider several of the Jaguars’ top picks in that span have been offensive lineman, including first-round offensive tackles Eugene Monroe and Luke Joeckel. Taylor did something they never did.

Not only was Taylor starting all 16 games for Jacksonville an achievement, but he ended up being the only rookie in the entire NFL to play 100% of his unit’s snaps in 2019. This includes six first-round offensive lineman who were drafted before Taylor. Taylor was the lone ironman rookie in the entire league in 2019, a testamanet to his durability.

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There is still playoff football going on in the NFL, but the Jacksonville Jaguars are in full offseason mode, currently searching for a new offensive coordinator and evaluating talent for the upcoming 2020 NFL Draft at the East-West Shrine Game.

Speaking of the draft, the Jaguars seem to, for better or for worse, have a love affair of players from the Southeastern Conference (SEC). This makes sense, given that the SEC is widely considered the best conference in college football year-in and year-out by pundits and analysts, and often produces quality pros.

Perhaps the franchise’s geographic location in the heart of SEC country has something to do with it, too. Of course, NFL teams have abundant resources to travel all over the country and scouts are assigned specific regions. Jacksonville’s scouting department is no different in this regard, but there certainly seems to be a correlation here. Scouts for the Jaguars are always in close proximity.

Whatever the reason may be, there is no denying the fact that the Jaguars target players from the SEC early and often. In the 2019 draft alone, Jacksonville selected three players from the conference, including with its first two selections: defensive end Josh Allen out of Kentucky (first round), offensive tackle Jawaan Taylor out of Florida (second round) and defensive tackle Dontavius Russell out of Auburn (seventh round). Allen and Taylor will be starters for the foreseeable future, while Russell still needs some time to develop.

In the 2018 draft, each of Jacksonville’s first three selections were players coming from Southeastern Conference schools. In the first round, the Jags selected defensive lineman Taven Bryan (Florida). The second round brought wide receiver D.J. Chark to Duval (LSU), and then Alabama safety Ronnie Harrison was taken in the third round. The team also drafted Mississippi State punter Logan Cooke in the seventh round.

Seven out of the last 14 players the team has drafted came from the SEC, which is exactly 50 percent. In fact, the Jaguars have drafted an SEC player with its first round pick in each of the past three drafts, and four of the previous five. Since Dave Caldwell took over as general manager in 2013, the team has selected a total of 17 players from this conference.

Here is the full list:

Josh Allen, DE, Kentucky, 2019
Jawaan Taylor, OT, Florida, 2019
Dontavius Russell, DT, 2019
Taven Bryan, DT/DE, Florida 2018
D.J. Chark, WR, LSU, 2018
Ronnie Harrison, SS, Alabama, 2018
Logan Cooke, P, Mississippi State, 2018
Leonard Fournette, RB, LSU, 2017
Cam Robinson, OT, Alabama, 2017
Brandon Allen, QB, Arkansas, 2016
Dante Fowler Jr., DE/OLB, Florida, 2015
T.J. Yeldon, RB, Alabama, 2015
A.J. Cann, OG, South Carolina, 2015
Chris Smith, LB/DE, Arkansas, 2014
Luke Joeckel , OT/OG, Texas A&M, 2013
Ace Sanders, WR, South Carolina, 2013
Josh Evans, FS. Florida, 2013

This is easily the most out of any single NCAA conference. These players are not always home run hits by the front office, though. Players like Taven Bryan are already fighting the “bust” label and seven of those players listed above are already off the roster. But the data here is compelling nonetheless.

Perhaps this trend gives us an idea into what Caldwell and company are looking for in 2020. In my opinion, it is way too early for things like mock drafts to have any sort of accuracy, as a lot will change between now and late April. But it seems like a safe bet that the Jaguars will target players from the SEC, and will likely do so early on in the draft.

Here are a few Southeastern Conference players available (in no particular order) this year that the Jaguars could target in the first two rounds (three total picks), amongst others:

Derrick Brown, DT, Auburn
Jerry Jeudy, WR, Alabama
Jedrick Wills Jr., OT, Alabama
Andrew Thomas, OT, Georgia
Grant Delpit, S, LSU
Kristian Fulton, CB, LSU
Javon Kinlaw, DL, South Carolina
Henry Ruggs III, WR, Alabama
Xavier McKinney, DB, Alabama
Justin Jefferson, WR, LSU
K’Lavon Chaisson, Edge, LSU
Trevon Diggs, CB, Alabama
Raekwon Davis, DL, Alabama
D’Andre Swift, RB, Georgia
Isaiah Wilson, OT, Georgia
Anfernee Jennings, LB, Alabama
CJ Henderson, CB, Florida
Patrick Queen, LB, LSU

*Note: Not all of these above players have declared for the 2020 Draft yet.

Of course, a lot of teams will be coveting these players, but given this regime’s history, it wouldn’t be surprising to see Jacksonville wind up with one or two of the above names with two first-round picks plus a second-rounder. There is a lot of SEC talent at a variety of positions of need for the Jags, although it does look like the team will need to venture out to find much-needed linebacker help.

To answer my own question, I do believe we will continue to see the Jaguars rely heavily on the SEC in the 2020 Draft. While I can’t say with 100 percent certainty, I would say it’s highly probable.

Again, we are far away from the draft itself, so everything is pure speculation at this point, but who would you like to see the Jaguars draft in April (SEC or otherwise?) Let us know in the comments.

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JACKSONVILLE – Gardner Minshew II is questionable.

So is Leonard Fournette, which means the early part of Sunday afternoon will include intrigue as the Jaguars’ regular-season finale approaches.

Minshew, the Jaguars’ rookie starting quarterback, and Fournette – their starting running back – were listed as “questionable” on the final game status report for the team’s Week 17 game against the Indianapolis Colts.

Minshew practiced limited this week with a right shoulder issue.

“It’s just overall soreness,” Head Coach Doug Marrone said of Minshew as the Jaguars (5-10) prepared to play the Colts (7-8) at TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville Sunday at 4:25 p.m.

“We’re just trying to be precautionary and rest him, then see how he is on Sunday.”

The Jaguars will declare seven players inactive Sunday an hour and a half before kickoff. If Minshew is one of those players, Marrone said Nick Foles – the starting quarterback in Week 1 and Weeks 11-13 – and reserve Josh Dobbs “are ready to go.”

Fournette, who didn’t miss a practice this season until Thursday and Friday of this week, was on the game status report this week with a neck injury. Four other players were listed as questionable entering the weekend: Tight end Nick O’Leary (shoulder), cornerback A.J. Bouye (wrist), linebacker Dakota Allen (hamstring) and wide receiver Dede Westbrook (neck/shoulder).

Rookie wide receiver Michael Walker was ruled out with a hamstring injury Friday after not practicing this week.

“There are some opportunities out there with some of these guys being out,” Marrone said. “Some of these guys who we haven’t seen – like [cornerbacks] Parry Nickerson or Brandon Watson – obviously could see some time on the outside with A.J. questionable. With Leonard questionable, we have [rookie running back Ryquell] Armstead and [rookie running back Devine] Ozigbo.”

Marrone also said a roster move on Saturday was possible.

Eight other players who practiced with injuries this week were removed from the game status report Friday and are expected to play: wide receiver DJ Chark Jr. (ankle), cornerback D.J. Hayden (knee), defensive end Josh Allen (shoulder), center Brandon Linder (knee), left tackle Cam Robinson (knee), defensive tackle Taven Bryan (wrist), defensive end Calais Campbell (back/shoulder) and defensive tackle Abry Jones (elbow).

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Jones, 6-4, 255, attended Tulane and appeared in 40 games (22 starts), totaling 40 receptions for 268 yards and five TDs. As a senior in 2018, he hauled in 10 passes for 53 yards and played a key role in the run-game, helping Tulane rush for 218.2 yards per game, which ranked 23rd in the FBS. Jones started 10 games for the Green Wave during his junior season and recorded 13 receptions for 84 yards and two TDs. A native of New Orleans, La., he attended St. Augustine High School – the same high school as RB Leonard Fournette — and recorded 37 passes for 602 yards and seven TDs as a senior. Jones’ cousin, Jacoby Jones, played in the NFL for the Houston Texans and the Baltimore Ravens.