New England Patriot Jonathan Jones, rose from the undrafted ranks to become two-time Super Bowl champion, businessman and philanthropist.
Jonathan Jones, born in 1993 in Carrollton, Georgia, discovered his love for sports at the age of 4 and excelled in football and track & field in high school. He won three individual state titles and was named the Georgia Gatorade Track Athlete of the Year. Jones also led his football team to a state championship and maintained a 3.8 GPA while volunteering at local soup kitchens and youth track clubs.
Jones received a football scholarship to Auburn University, where he played as a four-year starting cornerback, earning a degree in Business Administration. As an undrafted free agent, he joined the New England Patriots in 2016 and became a two-time Super Bowl champion. Jones even led the Patriots in tackles during Super Bowl LIII while appearing in three straight Super Bowls.
In 2019, Jones founded the Jonathan Jones Next Step Foundation to mentor and educate youth on practical life application and professional development. His dedication to sports, academics, and community work make him a dynamic leader and an exemplary figure for young people. Jones' career in football and his contributions to society make him a role model for anyone aspiring to excellence in sports and beyond.