Found February 21, 2013 on BlackSportsOnline:
PLAYERS: Jarvis Jones
TEAMS: Georgia Bulldogs
Former Georgia Bulldogs All American outside linebacker is the #1 rated player on a lot of teams boards, and with that ranking comes a little bit of comfort. That will comfort will allow Jones to hold off working out for scout just a little bit longer, as Jones will not workout at the NFL Combine this week according to Pro Football Talk.  Jones has instead decided to put all his focus on looking sharp at Georgia’s Pro Day on March 21.  Jones will need to focus on passing  his physical at the Combine. Jones who suffers from Spinal Stenosis, was told to quit football when he first arrived at Southern Cal.  That medical report caused Jones to transfer to Georgia, and can continue his career. Georgia’s doctors cleared him to play and he had no further neck problems,  Jones is the top talent in the draft as long as he’s healthy.
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