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PostPosted: Sat Apr 27, 2013 8:16 pm    Post subject: With our last pick in the 7th Miami selects Don Jones, S Reply with quote

Will add more later.
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 27, 2013 9:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

5'11 191.

1 INT, 3 pass break ups, 1 sack, and 54 tackles in 2012. He ran 4.40, 4.42 and had a 10'7 broad jump.

Everything seems average as far as numbers go for a CB. What i noticed about him, he is a tackler. He isn't afraid to tackle, and is a willing tackler. He seems like a S that can play some nickel as well.

I think Jones is mainly a depth signing right now.
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 27, 2013 11:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Blagasse67 wrote:
5'11 191.

1 INT, 3 pass break ups, 1 sack, and 54 tackles in 2012. He ran 4.40, 4.42 and had a 10'7 broad jump.

Everything seems average as far as numbers go for a CB. What i noticed about him, he is a tackler. He isn't afraid to tackle, and is a willing tackler. He seems like a S that can play some nickel as well.

I think Jones is mainly a depth signing right now.


He's a former running back and a very good athlete. He played S at ASU. Vertical jump is 42+. He also Will Davis is also a late bloomer who didn't play football until is sr. year in high school. This regime seems to like good athletes who are moldable. Also, thinking back, I wouldn't look past him producing in year one. The Dolphins seem to do pretty well with late round secondary players. Reshad Jones (5th), Chris Clemons (5th) are quality NFL starting safeties, and Nolan Carroll (6th), Jimmy Wilson (7th) have been quality depth and/or special team contributors.
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