Texas A&M Football

30 Players in 30 Days: #26 — Myles Jones

July 19, 2019

Position: Cornerback
Classification: Junior
Hometown: Magnolia, Texas
Listed Height: 6-4
Listed Weight: 185

Notes from Billy’s breakdown on Jones

  • I love the way he finished the season in the last few games.
  • He got hurt against LSU and miss the bowl game. I’m pretty sure he missed with a knee injury.
  • He missed most of the spring with a wrist thing but he’s a cornerback and should be good to go. We haven’t seen much of him since he left against LSU.
  • I like him. He’s got some length.
  • He’s still not there yet but he’s been working on getting better.
  • Renfroe is still the most talented corner at the veteran ranks.
  • Myles has to start this year. He’s not a guaranteed starter. For as well as he played down the stretch last year, around Auburn we started to see him playing pretty well. He made plays in the game.
  • At the same time, he wasn’t out there looking like a guy teams weren’t going to throw at. He’s still a guy that doesn’t strike fear into teams. He’s still got a couple of years to get there.
  • If he starts and improves on the momentum from where he left off last year, he could be a really good corner. He’s got the opportunity to be really good.
  • He’s ranked fairly right here because of what he’s shown so far. He’s still got a great chance to be really good for the Maroon & White.
  • A weakness of the A&M secondary was getting a hand on the football. Myles Jones came in as a freshman and did that. He did that with a decent amount of regularity.
  • Myles could’ve really used the spring to improve on his momentum. If I had to guess, he’ll be a starting corner in week one.
  • If he keeps trending the way he finished the season, he’s got a really high upside. He could definitely make some plays on the island and turn into a guy that teams don’t throw at. He can keep up with the faster receivers step for step.
  • At the worst, he’s going to be a significant player in Mike Elko’s defense. On the high end, he could turn into an NFL corner this year.

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