Mac Jones

Team: New England Patriots
Position: QB
Height: 6-3
Weight: 220
Arms: 32 3/4
Hands: 9 3/4
Experience: 3
College: Alabama
Age: 25
Hometown: Jacksonville, FL

Michael McCorkle “Mac” Jones, commonly known as Mac Jones, is a professional American football quarterback who currently plays for the New England Patriots of the National Football League (NFL). Born on September 5, 1998, in Jacksonville, Florida, Jones has shown an admirable sense of passion and dedication to the game that has seen him grow to become one of the most prominent NFL players.

Growing up, Jones attended The Bolles School in Jacksonville, where his love for football grew exponentially. Under his high school coach Corky Rogers, Jones honed his skills on the gridiron, throwing for 1,532 yards with 29 touchdowns in his senior year. After high school, Jones committed to playing college football at the University of Alabama, originally as a backup to quarterbacks Jalen Hurts and Tua Tagovailoa.

During his time at Alabama, Jones got his chance to shine when Tagovailoa suffered a hip injury. Jones stepped up and led the team impressively as a starting quarterback. In his final year at Alabama, during the 2020-21 season, Jones threw 41 touchdown passes and just 4 interceptions leading Alabama to a National Championship title. He finished third in the Heisman Trophy voting, and his impressive performances were noticed by NFL scouts all across the country, resulting in being named a unanimous All-American and winning the Davey O’Brien Award.

Mac Jones entered the 2021 NFL Draft, where he was the 15th overall pick, selected by the New England Patriots. His transition to professional football caught the attention of Patriots’ fans as Jones beat out the veteran, Cam Newton, for the starting quarterback role. His poise and accuracy in his rookie year quickly won over the support of his teammates and fans alike, garnering comparisons to previous Patriots’ quarterback, Tom Brady, thanks to his precision passing and cerebral approach to the game.

Off the field, Jones is known for being a focused and humble individual who leads by example. His leadership skills were recognized as early as his high school days. His commitment, discipline, and leadership attributes were also reflected in his previous role as a quarterback at Alabama, impressing his teammates and coaches alike.

Mac Jones also carries his leadership attributes and his commitment to hard work beyond the football field. He is seen frequently partaking in community and charity work. Jones sees this as an essential part of his role as a professional athlete, understanding the importance of giving back to the community and providing a positive influence for young people.

Jones’ journey serves as an important testament to the power of resilience, patience, and hard work. He spent the early parts of his college career as a backup before thriving just when opportunity knocked. Now, he has quickly established himself as one of the top young quarterbacks in the NFL. His journey is far from over, but one thing is clear: Mac Jones has the grit and talent to reach the football skies. At a young age, Jones has shown significant promise and potential for a successful career in the NFL, driven by the same discipline, hard work, and relentless passion that got him to where he is today.

Latest Stats

Los Angeles Chargers vs. New England Patriots on Dec 03, 2023 Stats (home)
projected_passing_yards: 240.5
projected_passing_attempts: 33.7
projected_rushing_attempts: 3.8
projected_passing_completions: 22.1

New England Patriots vs. Arizona Cardinals on Dec 12, 2022 Stats (away)
projected_passing_yards: 227
projected_passing_attempts: 31.6
projected_rushing_attempts: 3.1
projected_passing_completions: 21.3

Indianapolis Colts vs. New England Patriots on Nov 06, 2022 Stats (home)
projected_passing_yards: 224.2
projected_passing_attempts: 30.5
projected_rushing_attempts: 3.2
projected_passing_completions: 20.6

New England Patriots vs. New York Jets on Oct 30, 2022 Stats (away)
projected_passing_yards: 220.7
projected_passing_attempts: 29.1
projected_rushing_attempts: 2.9
projected_passing_completions: 19.2

New England Patriots vs. Buffalo Bills on Jan 15, 2022 Stats (away)
projected_passing_yards: 232

New England Patriots vs. Houston Texans on Oct 10, 2021 Stats (away)
projected_passing_yards: 231