Found April 10, 2013 on
Barrett Jones knows how to win and he has plenty of experience doing it. During his four seasons at Alabama, Jones won three BCS national championship titles, was twice a unanimous All American selection and earned numerous individual awards recognizing him as the nation’s best all-around offensive lineman. Jones’ championship pedigree is something not many college prospects can point to on their resume. It sets him apart from nearly every one of his peers and is a major reason why NFL teams covet him entering this year’s draft — though it’s not the only reason. In four seasons in Tuscaloosa, Al., Jones pulled off a rare feat by playing all five positions along the offensive line — and he did so quite well, too. He won the Outland Trophy as nation’s best interior lineman in 2011, only to follow that up as the recipient of the Rimington Trophy as the nation’s best center in 2012. That versatility makes him even more appealing as a prospect and the Patriots would likely be one team wi...
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