Cincinnati Bearcats senior signal caller Emory Jones starred in a recent episode of the new Camp Tapes series ahead of the upcoming season!
Following stints at Florida and Arizona State, Bearcats veteran quarterback Emory Jones is hoping to cap off his career on a high note.
Jones explained his expectations for the the inaugural Big 12 campaign and unfolded his laid back personality in the training camp series.
Scott Satterfield’s spread-style offense should give Jones a chance to find consistent success through the air and on the ground this fall.
Cincinnati Football: Emory Jones looks to cap off career during lone season with the Bearcats
After four seasons with the Gators, Jones transferred to Arizona State last year and started seven games before going down with an injury.
Jones showed off his dual threat ability in the spring scrimmage, highlighted by a touchdown to fellow Georgia product Payten Singletary.
Satterfield and first-year quarterbacks coach Pete Thomas made a push for Jones in December and he eventually earned the starting spot.
The Bearcats signal caller was included among the most dynamic quarterbacks in the country according a recent article per 247 Sports!
Cincinnati Football: Bearcats signal caller Emory Jones stars in Camp Tapes episode
During the second episode of the Camp Tapes series, Jones discussed his journey and looked ahead to this season via Cincinnati Athletics!
"“The real Emory is a laid back guy. I’m really big on family. I’m the only child so all my family and cousins are like my brothers and sisters. Just having them around all the time and doing things outside. Being from Georgia, that’s something that we always did. My mindset now is to be the best leader and teammate, and play as hard as I can. Make sure I’m doing my job and make sure everyone else is doing their job. Coming into college, I had some of the highest expectations of anybody. My expectations for this team is obviously to win a Big 12 championship. I have probably the highest expectation for this team, seeing how hard we worked throughout the offseason. Even since I got here, just seeing these guys and how well we connect together. The sky is the limit for us.”"