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Transfers Jones, Neal following different paths at Arizona

TUCSON, Ariz. -- The first time Austin Hill set his eyes on transfers Cayleb Jones and DaVonte' Neal he thought potential. It came in varying degrees. For Jones, a Texas transfer last year, it was: needs maturity and will get it in time but he can see great things. For Neal, a Notre Dame transfer a year ago, it was: a high-motor guy. What was without question was their talent...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Arizona's Jones named Pac-12 offensive player of the week

Arizona wide receiver Cayleb Jones has been named offensive player of the week in the Pac-12 Conference it was announced Wednesday morning. Jones, a sophomore from Austin, Texas, helped the Wildcats rally from a 22-point second-half deficit to defeat Cal, 49-45, in Tucson on Saturday night. Jones caught a career-high 13 passes for 186 yards and three second-half touchdowns, including...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Texas transfer Jones eager for second chance with Arizona

TUCSON, Ariz. -- It was a year ago, almost to the week, when receiver Cayleb Jones arrived on the University of Arizona campus looking -- hoping -- for a second chance at success. It's not like he didn't possess the talent. He was been a high school All-American. But life at Texas didn't work out. He was suspended for what was later classified a misdemeanor after allegedly...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
August 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Rodriguez, Wildcats welcome Texas transfer Jones

TUCSON, Ariz. -- Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez said Cayleb Jones is an OKG. And in today's world of the OMG and the IDK. an OKG is a good thing: "Our kind of guy." "We're just looking for players, whether it's a high school kid or a transfer kid," Arizona coach Rodriguez said after Wednesday's practice. Rodriguez said he's always on the lookout...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
August 15, 2013  |  Discuss

Ex-Longhorn Cayleb Jones Posts Twitter Note Thanking Texas Fans For Supporting Him

Yesterday, Longhorns head coach Mack Brown announced that wide receiver Cayleb Jones was going to be unconditionally released from the Texas football program. Jones had been accused of punching a Texas tennis player earlier this offseason. While it is a sad departure for Jones, he at least is handling it with class — he posted this note to his Twitter last night, thanking Texas...
Via College Spun
July 26, 2013  |  Discuss

(Right) Hook Em: Texas WR Breaks Tennis Player's Jaw For Talking to His Girlfriend, Big12 Shocked a Longhorn Knows How to Hit

Texas wide receiver Cayleb Jones was charged with felony aggravated assault Tuesday after knocking a Longhorns tennis player out outside an Austin nightclub. Jones reportedly saw his ex-girlfriend talking to sophomore tennis player Joey Swaysland at the club, which he had forbidden her from doing while they were still together (Lifetime movie potential through the roof here), and...
Via Double Coverage Football
March 13, 2013  |  Discuss

Texas WR Cayleb Jones Charged With Assault After Breaking Tennis Players Jaw

USA Today is reporting that Texas Longhorns sophomore wide receiver Cayleb Jones was charged with felony aggravated assault after breaking a Longhorn tennis players jaw outside a Austin nightclub. According to police, Jones reportedly punched Joseph Swaysland after Jones confronted Swaysland about being with Texas volleyball player Katherine Bell on Feb. 22. Bell told police she...
Via BlackSportsOnline
March 13, 2013  |  Discuss

Texas Wide Receiver Cayleb Jones Assaults Longhorn Tennis Player in February, Suspended by Team Temporarily

A University of Texas wide receiver will potentially see prison bars instead of the playing field in the 2013 season. Cayleb Jones, who committed to the Longhorns in 2011, could find himself locked in a cell for up to 20 years instead of a classroom this fall after punching Longhorn tennis player Joey Swaysland in the jaw outside a Texas nightclub on Feb. 22, according to the Associated...
March 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Texas wide reciever arrested after altercation with Texas men's tennis team member.

Texas wide receiver Cayleb Jones has been arrested following an altercation with a member of the Texas men's tennis team. According to ESPN's Carter Strickland, Jones allegedly punched Joesph Swaysland during an incident apparently concerning his relationship with Texas women's volleyball player Katherine "Khat" Bell. Jones alleged to have punched tennis...
Via Shirts With Random Triangles
March 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Texas WR Jones charged with felony assault

Texas wide receiver Cayleb Jones has been charged with felony aggravated assault of a Longhorns tennis player. According to Austin police, Jones fractured Joseph Swaysland's jaw outside an Austin nightclub on Feb. 22 after Jones saw Swaysland speaking with Texas volleyball player Katherine Bell. She told police she had been in a relationship with Jones that ended badly. Bell...
Via AP on Fox
March 12, 2013  |  Discuss
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