Few players enter the NFL draft as decorated as Alabama lineman, NFL-hopeful Barrett Jones. While he's had to battle some injuries along the way, Jones has played all five offensive line positions for the Crimson Tide over the last four years and helped them to win three national championships.
In 2011, Jones received The Outland Trophy, presented to the nation's best interior lineman. He also won the Wuerffel Trophy for his involvement in academics and community service while completing his accounting degree in just three years.
Following his most recent national championship, Jones underwent surgery to a Lisfranc injury on his left foot. This surgery has kept him out of traditional pre-draft activities. He did find time to throw up 27 reps on the bench press at Alabama's pro day.
Suffice it to say, Jones is a pretty remarkable talent. With the intelligence to play anywhere on the offensive line and the experience of having held three Coaches' Trophies, Jones will make a name for himself in the NFL just like he has thus far.