3 individuals hold 4.0 cumulative grade-point average
Year-End Review for 2012
Rams look to continue home win streak against Lobos
Rams go on the road looking to upset No. 22 Broncos
Rams look for back-to-back home wins
CSU football vs. San Jose State - 10-1-11
Division I career games played/started: 16/1 (6/0 in 2013; 10/1 in 2012).
2013(Redshirt Sophomore): Saw action in six contests for Colorado State, blocking for a rushing attack that averaged 256.8 yards in those six games (1,541 yards).
2012(Redshirt): Knee injury suffered in 2011 forced him to redshirt in his second season of college eligibility.
2011 (Freshman): An intelligent and gifted true freshman, played in 10 games, with one start...Did not catch a pass as a true freshman...Not only took advantage of injuries during fall camp to ascend the depth chart, but also impressed coaches enough to move him into key packages in the Rams' offense...Earned a spot on the 64-man travel roster for season-opening contest at New Mexico (Sept. 3), but did not play...Made his college debut, as a starter and second tight end, in home-opening win vs. Northern Colorado (Sept. 10)...In first minute of second quarter vs. Air Force (Nov. 26), sustained a serious knee injury blocking on a kickoff return and did not return...Earned academic all-conference honors following the season.
High School: Started his final 28 games, playing both tight end and offensive tackle, helping Tulsa Union - one of Oklahoma's most dominant programs - win three consecutive Class 6A state championships...In his three years as a letterman (2008-10), the Redskins were 39-3, going 13-1 each season...Primarily a tight end until the beginning of his senior season, demonstrated versatility and unselfishness by starting all 14 games at left tackle in 2010...In fact, played so well at his new position, earned the District 4-6A Offensive Lineman of the Year award...Also picked up second-team all-metro and honorable-mention all-state recognition as a senior...As a junior in 2009, started all 14 games at tight end and had five catches for 59 yards...As a sophomore in 2008, started five games and two of his three receptions on the year were for touchdowns...An academic all-conference choice, owned a 3.83 cumulative GPA and a 4.76 weighted GPA, and registered a 30 on the ACT...Had 4.9-second speed in the 40-yard dash...Head football coach was Kirk Fridrich...Also played basketball as a freshman...Drew recruiting interest from Kansas, Duke, Missouri, Harvard, Rice, Dartmouth, Columbia and Drake.
Personal: Given name Blake Conner Jones...Born July 28, 1992, in Tulsa, Okla. ...Son of Bobby and Kamelle Jones...The youngest of three boys, has two older brothers, one of whom, Bryan, played soccer at Rogers State...Majoring in mathematics at Colorado State...Hometown: Tulsa, Okla.
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