MEET YOUR NEW QUARTERBACK COACH: CARDALE JONES
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Cardale Jones has played in the NFL since 2016 when he was drafted by the Bills in the fourth-round. In July of 2017, Jones was signed by the LA Chargers and made the team as the third quarterback on the roster.
Cardale Jones played his college football at The Ohio State University. In 2012, Jones was a redshirt freshman so he sat out the season. In the following season as a freshman, he played 39 snaps, threw for one pass, rushed for 128 yards, and one touchdown on 17 total carries. In 2014 Jones was listed as the third string quarterback on the roster. However, he made his first career college start against the Wisconsin Badgers in the Big Ten Championship Game, filling in for injured J.T. Barret. On top of a 59-0 blowout win in his first ever college start, Jones passed for 257 yards and three touchdowns.
Following his MVP performance in the Big Ten Championship, Jones started the next game against #1 Alabama in the Allstate Sugar Bowl where they won 42-35. This brought the Buckeyes to the College Football National Championship game versus #2 Oregon, with Jones leading the Buckeyes once more to a 42-20 victory. In this win, Jones carried his team with 242 yards on 16 of 23 passing attempts including 1 touchdown and 1 interception. He also added 38 yards rushing with 1 touchdown. In 2015 in his final season with the Buckeyes, Cardale Jones beat out J.T. Barrett for the starting quarterback role for the first seven games before Barrett took the role back over. He had 1460 passing yards with 8 touchdowns, as well as 2 rushing touchdowns in this season. He decided to declare for the 2016 NFL Draft after that season. Cardale Jones graduated from The Ohio State University with a degree in African-American and African Studies, and a minor in financial planning.
Cardale Jones played his high school football in Cleveland, Ohio for Glenville High School where he was coached by Ted Ginn, Sr. As the starting quarterback he led Cleveland Glenville to a 24-3 overall record. In addition, he helped the team win a OHSAA Division 1 State Championship in 2009 and was recognized as the number 12 prep school player in the United States in 2011. Through hard work, perseverance, and patience Jones has worked his way up to the NFL.
Cardale joined the Apex Sports team in July of 2018. Cardale brings Apex Sports a unique story filled with tremendous experience around the quarterback position. Jones truly knows what it takes to reach the top level, but has also done it through patience and taking advantage of his opportunities when they come. Perhaps this is the reason he was nominated for an ESPY for the “Best Breakout Athlete”. In this exclusive training course, Cardale offers various pieces of advice on rising to the top. If you want to be coached by a NFL and Ohio State National Champion quarterback, click the link below to learn directly from Cardale Jones.GO TO COURSE
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