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Dawgman Signing Day Profile - Ty Jones

Provo (Ut.) WR Ty Jones could wind up being the big receiver that Husky nation has been waiting for...



Comparison: Equanimeous St. Brown (Notre Dame)

Prep Career/Awards: U.S. Army All-American ... earned first-team All-Utah from USA Today ... All-Valley 4A Co-Offensive Player of the Year, Region 7 Offensive MVP, 4A all-state (coaches), Deseret News 4A all-state and Salt Lake Tribune all-state (all levels) ... caught 63 passes for 1,523 yards (a 24.2-yard average) and 20 touchdowns as a senior, when the Bulldogs finished 7-5 and earned a berth in the first round of the class 4A state playoffs ... in 2015, team went 8-3 and played in the 4A playoffs ... had 53 receptions for 589 yards and 14 scores as a junior, earning first-team All-Region 7, All-Valley and Salt Lake Tribune All-Tribune and Deseret News 4A all-state ... in 2014, his sophomore year, caught 18 passes for 248 yards and four TDs to earn honorable mention All-Valley ... named to the Tacoma News-Tribune's Western 100 ... ranked the No. 29 wide receiver prospect and No. 205 overall prospect in the nation by scout.com ... participated in track & field sprints, hurdles, long jump, high jump and shotput ... played for coach Tony McGeary.

Offers: Besides Washington, Jones had offers from schools like Ohio State, Oregon, Utah, BYU and Boise State

Why Washington: "I loved the staff there, especially coach (Bush) Hamdan and I loved the city and campus when I came up to visit. Washington believed in me and what I could do and I wanted to be part of what they are building there."

Analysis: "We’ve always been high on Jones’ potential but it wasn’t until the Army Bowl that it really took off.  He’s always had the athleticism and size to be a good receiver, but we wanted to see better performances against top tier defenders and in San Antonio, he flashed all week, showing great route running, willingness to battle for the ball, separation from the secondary and excellent pass-catching ability." - Brandon Huffman

Position Projection: Jones will play wide receiver for Washington and with his size, speed and hands, he's a perfect addition to an offense that features a lot of speed, but very little in the way of size.

2017 Season Projection: The Huskies needed a big receiver who could go up and get the ball in traffic and Jones fits that bill perfectly. He will be given every opportunity to find his way onto the field this fall and if he lives up to his billing, you can expect him to be one of their top redzone targets.

Ty Jones 2016 Senior Highlights

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