After performing well on a tryout basis at Seattle's rookie minicamp, Jones and Ryan will join the team heading into the start of organized team activities.
The Seattle Seahawks have signed cornerback Elijah Jones and tackle Liam Ryan to their roster after taking part as tryout players in the team's rookie mini-camp earlier this month. Jones played in five games at Oregon State last year after transferring from Kansas. He had five tackles and one pass...
The Seattle Seahawks are signing Elijah Jones after he went undrafted in the 2022 NFL draft. Elijah Jones transferred to Oregon State after three seasons with the Kansas Jayhawks. The senior defensive back played in five games, making five tackles with one pass breakup this past season. The Seahawks drafted a couple of defensive backs on day three. Coby Bryant (4th round) and Tariq Woolen (5th round). With the Seahawks needing help in the secondary Jones will have a chance to compete for a roster spot with Seattle. Best of luck to Elijah Jones!
East Carolina’s basketball team has added to its perimeter in recent days with three commitments in the form of Quentin Diboundje, Saxby Sunderland and Ben Bayela. Now the Pirates have picked up some help for their front court with the commitment of 6-foot-8 forward Elijah Jones. The forward from...
The summer is here and college football is right around the corner. As we get closer to the season, BC Bulletin will be previewing each player and projecting out three different options that could happen in the 2021 season. We are going in numerical order, and have already completed over a dozen players (the list is at the bottom of the post). Today we look at Elijah Jones, an invaluable cornerback who will continue to look to be a factor on BC's defense.
When Elijah Jones entered the Transfer Portal at the end of the 2020 college football season, he was looking for a school that could help him achieve his dream of playing in the NFL. The former Kansas Jayhawk landed at Oregon State with the hopes of filling one of the open spots in the defensive backfield’s starting lineup, having a great final season, and embarking on a professional career.
Blue Adams admits the standard he holds his players to is an ever-moving target. “The standard is kind of like a white unicorn, or something like that,” Adams, Oregon State secondary coach, said with a smile Thursday. “It’s imaginary. It’s something that we talk about, we’re gonna work our tails off to get it. We’ll probably never catch it, but it’s fun chasing it.”