Very few defensive linemen in the 2013 NFL draft possess the scheme versatility that former UCLA defensive end Datone Jones should immediately bring to the next level.
A disruptive defender capable of playing defensive end and defensive tackle in a 4-3 scheme and the 5-technique in a 3-4, Jones is the kind of hybrid player that defensive coaches now covet to help combat the always-evolving offensive tendencies in the NFL.
Thanks to both that versatility and a set of impressive combine numbers (4.75-second 40-yard dash, 29 reps at 225 pounds), Jones has cemented his stock in the first-to-early second-round range.
In the following slides, we'll present some of Jones' best video highlights from his collegiate career at UCLA. By the end, you should have a better idea of just how versatile and disruptive he can be.