Player Spotlight: Rohan Jones C/O ’22 Wideout

Rohan Jones is a dynamic playmaker for Collège André-Grasset in Quebec, Canada.

Jones can do many things, given his size and his abilities, but he most often lines up at wideout for the Phenix.

Standing at 6’2, 210 pounds, Jones has great size for the position, or any position for that matter, and reminds of us Chris Godwin of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Jones is a dual-sport athlete, as he also plays basketball, which can attribute to his ability to climb the ladder and get jump-ball passes in games.

In the weight-room, Jones takes care of business as well, as he has a squat max of 450 pounds and a bench press of 300 pounds.

Jones also has a timed forty-yard-dash of 4.65, as well as a 75″ wingspan.

In addition to playing wideout, Jones has played cornerback, tailback and safety, and states that he can play any of those positions for his next team.

“I am a very hard-worker, as well as being athletic,” Jones said. “With that being said, I am able and willing to learn any positions that a coach or team needs to place me in.”

Sounds like Jones is a team player!

The classroom very well could be where Jones is the most impressive, as his 3.258 GPA is more than enough to qualify him for next level ball.

While Jones does not yet have any offers, his skill-set and athletic abilities will open up many opportunities for him and we are excited to see where he lands!

Hudl: https://www.hudl.com/video/3/8420297/5e4c569eb534a50ba0013273

Twitter: @Rohan_Jones2

Published by Zane Rowland

I love sports and I love helping kids reach their goals and dreams!

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