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2009: 10 games, 449 attempts, 3,198 yards, 7.1 YPA, 26 TD, 14 INT
2010: 14 games, 617 attempts, 4,718 yards, 7.6 YPA, 38 TD, 12 INT
2011: 13 games, 562 attempts, 4,463 yards, 7.9 YPA, 29 TD, 15 INT
2012: 13 games, 555 attempts, 4,267 yards, 7.7 YPA, 30 TD, 11 INT
Perhaps most remarkable about Jones is his consistency as clearly reflected in the impressive stats that he put up over the course of his career. His yardage per attempt never deviated more than .8 yards over the course of his career, and his touchdown-to-interception ratio remained consistent as well, throwing a career-low 11 interceptions as a senior.
His stats might not be as explosive or have improved dramatically enough over the course of his career for some NFL team's liking, but there's no denying Jones is a polished prospect who has played a lot of football and performed well for four straight seasons.
As a redshirt freshman, he was thrust into the lineup when Sam Bradford suffered a shoulder injury. Bradford was eventually shut down for the year and Landry went on to start 10 games, saving his best performance for the 2009 Sun Bowl, where he threw for 418 yards and three touchdowns.
Jones would go on to start every game in his remaining three years at Oklahoma, going 32-8, including a 2-1 record in bowl games. He ended his career with 16,646 passing yards and 123 touchdowns.