Posted August 16, 2012 on syracuse.scout.com
Along with Junior College transfer, Defensive Tackle Davon Walls, Nose Tackle Zian Jones is also looking to fit into a new line after spending time playing college football elsewhere. CuseNation.com spoke with Jones about how he's adjusting to the Syracuse way.
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