Jordan Jones

Jordan Jones

Registered Nurse at Children's Medical Center

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1935 Medical District Dr., Dallas, Texas, United States
HQ Phone:
(214) 456-7000

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Network Engineer and Information Security - Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Tailor - University Athletic Association

Winter Intern - Fox Sports

Nursing Student - Texas Tech University

Nurse Technician - University Medical Center Lubbock, Texas

Student - Texas A&M University


Texas A&M


bachelor's degree - business , 

master's degree


Member of Team - SEC

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Gator Women's Basketball Roster/Bios -

MIDDLE ROW: Carlie Needles, Jaterra Bonds, Brittany Shine, Jennifer George, Amanda Butler (head coach), Andrea Vilaró Aragonés, Deana Allen, Jordan Jones, Lanita Bartley.
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Linebackers Jones, Ware among six Wildcats chosen by coaches to preseason All-SEC grid team - |

Junior linebacker Jordan Jones and junior defensive end/linebacker Denzil Ware were named second-team defense, while junior tight end C.J. Conrad and sophomore running back Benny Snell Jr., were third-team offense, junior safety Mike Edwards was third-team defense and senior kicker Austin MacGinnis was third-team special teams.
Jones, of Youngstown, Ohio, earned first-team defense honors last season after leading the SEC in solo tackles per game (5.7). Overall, he led UK and ranked third in the league in total tackles per game with 8.4. He finished the season with 109 tackles and led the Wildcats with 15.5 tackles for loss. Jones is currently on the preseason watch lists for the Bednarik Award and the Bronko Nagurski Trophy, given annually to the nation's top defensive player. He was a third-team Preseason All-SEC pick by the media. Tags:All-SEC Coaches team · Benny Snell · Denzil Ware · Jordan Jones · Southeastern Conference · UK football

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Wildcat newcomers Snell, Stenberg named to Southeastern Conference Coaches' All-Freshman team - |

Kentucky senior center Jon Toth was voted first-team All-Southeastern Conference, while sophomore linebacker Jordan Jones and sophomore safety Mike Edwards earned second-team All-SEC honors by the Associated Press, it was announced on Thursday.
Edwards and Jones made the AP second-team honors a year after defensive tackle Cory "C.J." Johnson was similarly honored. Jones, from Youngstown, Ohio, burst onto the scene this season with 19 tackles in the season opener and never slowed down. The 6-foot-2, 220-pound sophomore finished the regular season with 100 total tackles to rank third in the SEC in tackles per game (8.3) and his 70 solo tackles led the league and ranked 11th nationally. Jones is the only player in UK history to have at least 100 tackles, 14.0 tackles for loss and 4.0 sacks in a single season. Jones also added nine quarterback hurries, four pass breakups and a forced fumble. He recorded four games with double-digit tackles and finished with two tackles for loss or more in four of his final five games played.

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