Admittedly, the name Jarrian Jones conjures some PTSD from past years when he didn’t perform well. It felt as soon as opposing teams saw No. 7 trot out on the field, they were going that way with the ball and finding success immediately.
That wasn’t the case in 2022, especially in the second half of the season. He had 13 of 19 total tackles over his final six games, plus a huge interception against Florida in the regular season finale.
To be fair, Jones has battled multiple injuries in his FSU career that have hindered his performance and zapped some confidence.
He looked to pick up where he left off in spring camp, and should play a lot of meaningful snaps for the Noles at the cornerback position while continuing to battle transfer Fentrell Cypress.