This dude would be an outstanding first-round picke at 20, and would really solidify the secondary:
But it took a world record of 12 feet 3 inches in the broad jump at the N.F.L. scouting combine in Indianapolis in late February for Byron Jones to establish himself as one of the most gifted athletes expected to be available when the league holds its draft from April 30 to May 2 in Chicago.
The record jump, combined with a 44 ½-inch vertical leap at the combine and a sizzling time of 4.36 seconds in the 40-yard dash during his pro day on March 31, allowed Jones to rise in the estimation of many from a modest midround talent to a possible late-first-round selection.
And then we’d have two DBs named Byron!
(And no, there is zero chance that Kelly is going trade draft picks to move up to pick Mariota. I don’t know why there are still some dumshitte sports writers speculating about this, but it is never ever going to happen.)