Widely regarded as a first-round prospect in the 2013 NFL draft, outside linebacker Jarvis Jones mounted an all-out attack on the Georgia record books over the last two seasons.
In 2011, Jones recorded 13.5 sacks (then the second most in school history), 19.5 tackles for loss (eighth in the nation) and two forced fumbles. He was named a consensus All-American.
Single-season records began to fall in spades in 2012.
Over just 12 starts, Jones tallied 14.5 sacks (school record), 24 tackles for loss (school record and first in the nation) and seven forced fumbles (another school record and tops in the nation). He was a clear choice for SEC Defensive Player of the Year and was also named a consensus All-American for the second straight season.
Clearly, Jones will enter the NFL with a full resume on the defensive side of the football.
In the following slides, we'll present some of Jones' top collegiate highlights from his time at Georgia.