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Dwaune Jones
Midwest Area Scout

Biography

Dwaune Jones, who joined the Ravens following the 2016 NFL Draft, covers schools in the Midwest region for Baltimore. He scouts the Big Ten and MAC, plus some schools in the SEC, Conference USA and ACC conferences. Jones also evaluates and provides cross-checking evaluation reports for the scouting department. Jones, who spent the last 11 seasons with the New Orleans Saints’ scouting department, has NFL playing experience with both the Cleveland Browns and Houston Texans, originally signing with the Browns as a rookie free agent in 2000.

— Highlights —

2005-15: (with New Orleans) 2014: LB Kasim Edebali was recruited and signed as a rookie free agent (RFA) by Jones. 2012: Was promoted to Northern regional scout. 2010: Scouted and helped sign undrafted RB Chris Ivory, who rushed for 716 yards and 5 touchdowns in his rookie year for the Saints. 2009: First-rounder WR Malcolm Jenkins (Ohio State) and seventh-rounder T Zach Strief (Northwestern) were selected. 2008: Saints drafted CB Tracy Porter from Jones’ area. 2007: RFA RB Pierre Thomas signed after being recruited by Jones. 2006: Saints drafted WR Marques Colston (seventh) from Jones’ area...Helped recruit RFA P Steve Weatherford. 2005: Joined the Saints as Midwest area scout.

2004-05: (with NFL Europe) Coached wide receivers for the Cologne Centurions during the league’s spring season.

2004: (with Seattle) Served as a training camp scouting intern for the Seahawks.

2001: (with Seattle) As a WR, was allocated to NFL Europe (Berlin Thunder) by the Seahawks and caught 33 passes for 577 yards and 5 TDs...Participated in World Bowl IX for Berlin, catching 6 for 161 yards and 2 TDs, including a game-winning 53-yard TD reception, in the 24-7 victory over Barcelona.

— College —

Jones was a three-year starter at WR for the University of Richmond, securing 146 catches for 1,994 receiving yards during his career...Finished his career ranking sixth on the Spiders’ all-time list with 15 TDs...Also competed as a sprinter for the rack team

 

— Personal —

Graduated from The Potomac School (McLean, VA) where, in addition to football, he also played basketball and ran track...Was the Virginia state champion in the 100-meter dash his senior year (1995)...Dwaune and his wife, Jessica, have three children: Jasmine (8), Jocelyn (4) and D.J. (2)...The family resides in Fishers, IN...First name is pronounced: duh-WAN

Dwaune Jones, who joined the Ravens following the 2016 NFL Draft, covers schools in the Midwest region for Baltimore. He scouts the Big Ten and MAC, plus some schools in the SEC, Conference USA and ACC conferences. Jones also evaluates and provides cross-checking evaluation reports for the scouting department. Jones, who spent the last 11 seasons with the New Orleans Saints’ scouting department, has NFL playing experience with both the Cleveland Browns and Houston Texans, originally signing with the Browns as a rookie free agent in 2000.

— Highlights —

2005-15: (with New Orleans) 2014: LB Kasim Edebali was recruited and signed as a rookie free agent (RFA) by Jones. 2012: Was promoted to Northern regional scout. 2010: Scouted and helped sign undrafted RB Chris Ivory, who rushed for 716 yards and 5 touchdowns in his rookie year for the Saints. 2009: First-rounder WR Malcolm Jenkins (Ohio State) and seventh-rounder T Zach Strief (Northwestern) were selected. 2008: Saints drafted CB Tracy Porter from Jones’ area. 2007: RFA RB Pierre Thomas signed after being recruited by Jones. 2006: Saints drafted WR Marques Colston (seventh) from Jones’ area...Helped recruit RFA P Steve Weatherford. 2005: Joined the Saints as Midwest area scout.

2004-05: (with NFL Europe) Coached wide receivers for the Cologne Centurions during the league’s spring season.

2004: (with Seattle) Served as a training camp scouting intern for the Seahawks.

2001: (with Seattle) As a WR, was allocated to NFL Europe (Berlin Thunder) by the Seahawks and caught 33 passes for 577 yards and 5 TDs...Participated in World Bowl IX for Berlin, catching 6 for 161 yards and 2 TDs, including a game-winning 53-yard TD reception, in the 24-7 victory over Barcelona.

— College —

Jones was a three-year starter at WR for the University of Richmond, securing 146 catches for 1,994 receiving yards during his career...Finished his career ranking sixth on the Spiders’ all-time list with 15 TDs...Also competed as a sprinter for the rack team

 

— Personal —

Graduated from The Potomac School (McLean, VA) where, in addition to football, he also played basketball and ran track...Was the Virginia state champion in the 100-meter dash his senior year (1995)...Dwaune and his wife, Jessica, have three children: Jasmine (8), Jocelyn (4) and D.J. (2)...The family resides in Fishers, IN...First name is pronounced: duh-WAN

 
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