2018 NFL Draft

Jeremy Jones, CB

School: Wayne State (MI)  |  Conference: MIFC
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Grand Rapids, MI
Height/Weight: 5-10 / 197 lbs.
Projected Ranking
OverallPositionProj. Rnd.
2011 Season
Selected to the AFCA (American Football Coaches Association) All-America team ... named to the Associated Press Little All-America First Team as well as the All-America First Team for both D2Football.com and the Hansen's Football Gazette ... voted to the Daktronics All-America Second Team ... selected to Don Hansen's Super Region Three First Team ... voted GLIAC Defensive Back of the Year ... selected to the Daktronics Super Region First Team at safety ... named to the All-GLIAC First Team ... his 35-yard interception return set up the Warriors' fourth touchdown in Urbana game ... recorded a quarterback hurry along with four tackles (3-1) vs. Tiffin ... earned D2Football.com National Defensive Player of the Week award (as well as GLIAC Defensive Player of the Week) after garnering a game-high 11 tackles (11-0) including a sack plus two interceptions in win over #22-Michigan Tech ... made a game-high 11 tackles (4-7) including one for loss in the win at Ohio Dominican ... had a late fourth quarter interception at Northern Michigan, his 10th in his last 11 games played to earn WSU's Defensive Player of the Week award ... garnered a game-high 10 tackles (6-4) vs. Lake Erie including 1.5 for loss. Recorded a pass break-up and a quarterback hurry at Ashland ... recorded 11 tackles (9-2) at Hillsdale ... had an interception in win at Indianapolis ... made seven tackles (6-1) vs. Findlay including 1.5 for loss (one sack) along with a quarterback hurry ... recorded five tackles (4-1) at St. Cloud including a 10-yard sack ... had three first half interceptions at Nebraska Kearney and broke the school record for interception return yards in a game (144) and career (406) to earn WSU's Defensive Player of the Week award ... tied for team-high total with nine tackles (5-4) at Minnesota Duluth ... had a team-best seven tackles (6-1) including two sacks at Winston-Salem ... recorded 14 tackles (6-8) including two for loss (one sack) and a pass break-up in the national championship game ... also had a 38-yard kickoff return (first of his career) vs. Pittsburg State ... led WSU in solo tackles (73), total tackles (106), interceptions (9), interception return yards (196) and quarterback hurries (4), was second in tackles for loss (12.5) and third in both sacks (6.5) and pass break-ups (5) ... his nine picks led the GLIAC and was tied for second in the NCAA ... finished 15th in the NCAA in interceptions per game (0.56) ... voted WSU's Defensive Most Valuable Player.
2010 Season
Named to the Daktronics All-America First Team (the first WSU defensive player in school history to earn First Team All-America accolades) ... voted to the D2Football.com Honorable Mention All-America team ... selected to the Daktronics Super Region #3 First Team defense ... voted to the All-GLIAC First Team in the defensive backfield ... his 100-yard interception return vs. Hillsdale was the longest in the GLIAC in 2010 ... tied-for-20th nationally in interceptions per game (0.50/five in 10 contests) ... finished with a career-best 68 tackles (39-29) ... 124 interception return yards was sixth most in school history ... started all 10 games played at safety ... recorded a team-best five solo tackles against Northwood including two for loss ... made a tackle for loss, a fumble recovery and had a quarterback hurry at Tiffin ... tallied a career-high 13 tackles (4-9) at Michigan Tech ... recorded two tackles (1-1) and a pass break-up against Ohio Dominican ... both interceptions against Northern Michigan led directly to WSU touchdowns. Earned WSU's Defensive Player of the Week award for the two picks vs. the Wildcats ... made 11 tackles (7-4) at Lake Erie including four tackles for loss (two sacks) and a fumble recovery at the LEC three ... recorded five solo tackles vs. Ashland ... tied an NCAA record with a 100-plus yard interception return vs. Hillsdale to earn the GLIAC Defensive Player of the Week award ... made nine tackles (7-2) against the Chargers plus had three pass break-ups to earn the squad's Defensive Player of the Week award ... recorded a game-high 13 tackles (4-9), two interceptions and a pass break-up at Saginaw Valley to earn D2Football.com National Defensive Player of the Week honors ... dressed but did not play vs. Indianapolis due to injury ... had two tackles for loss at Findlay ... voted WSU's Defensive Most Valuable Player ... played on the punt return team ... ranked 23rd in the GLIAC in tackles per game (6.8), tied-for-second in interceptions (5), third in interception return yards (124), tied-for-fourth in fumbles recovered (2), tied-for-fifth in passes defended per game (1.00), tied-for-11th in tackles for loss per game (1.00).
2009 Season
Named to the All-GLIAC Honorable Mention team ... played in the final 10 games starting nine times ... missed Mercyhurst game with an injury ... had seven solo tackles (tying a career-high) vs. Saginaw Valley plus a fumble recovery ... recorded seven tackles (5-2) at Indianapolis in first career start along with an interception, a pass break-up and a tackle for loss ... selected WSU Defensive Player of the Week for the Greyhound contest ... made seven tackles (5-2) plus had a pass break-up vs. Findlay ... had two pass break-ups and a fumble recovery at Tiffin ... made a career-high 12 tackles (4-8) vs. Ashland ... recorded eight tackles (6-2) at Northern Michigan ... had two pass break-ups at Hillsdale ... played on punt return team ... tied-for-fourth in the GLIAC in fumble recoveries (2) ... tied-for-11th in the league in passes defended (7) and 34th in tackles per game (5.4) ... fifth on the squad with 54 tackles and second with six pass break-ups ... wore No. 8.
2008 Season
Selected to the All-GLIAC Honorable Mention Team ... voted WSU's Defensive Rookie of the Year ... played in 10 games ... made collegiate debut vs. Mercyhurst and had six tackles (3-3) ... also forced a fumble and had a pass break-up ... had nine tackles (4-5) at Saginaw Valley ... recorded four pass break-ups and five tackles (4-1) at Findlay ... missed Tiffin game with an injury ... made a season-high 10 tackles (6-4) at Ashland and forced a fumble ... had a team-high eight tackles (5-3) vs. Northern Michigan along with a pass break-up ... had first two collegiate interceptions at Ferris State to earn GLIAC Defensive Player of the Week honors ... returned first one 86 yards for a TD (sixth longest in school history) ... had a pass break-up on the final play vs. Hillsdale ... recorded a career-best seven solo tackles against Grand Valley ... finished sixth in the GLIAC in interception return yards (86), tied-for-seventh in forced fumbles (2) and tied-for-15th in interceptions (2) ... was fifth on the squad with 63 tackles and third with seven pass break-ups ... played on the kickoff coverage team ... wore No. 27.
High School
A 2007 graduate of Rockford High School ... earned two varsity letters for coach Ralph Munger and the Rams ... had a 95-yard kickoff return for a touchdown against Holland ... finished the year with 85 total tackles including 40 solo to earn team defensive MVP honors ... had a team-leading three pass break-ups along with four interceptions ... recovered a fumble, blocked a punt and had seven quarterback hurries ... selected to the OK Red Metro All-Conference First Team as well as the All-North Area Advance First Team and the Grand Rapids Press All-Area Second Team ... nominated for the Michigan High School Football Coaches Association All-Star game ... recorded 55 tackles in 2005 with two interceptions ... also competed in track for three years.
Full name - Jeremy C. Jones ... born July 18, 1989, in Rockford ... son of Gloria Jones and Gary Herman ... has an older brother, Scott Dobbins, and a younger sister, Tiffany ... is a psychology major ... named to the Coach's Honor Roll (term gpa 3.0-3.49) for Winter 2008 ... career ambition is to be an ophthalmologist.