Football

Nathaniel

Jones

ST. MARK'S HIGH SCHOOL

smyrna, DE

CLASS: 2012

GENDER: MALE

height: 6'2" weight: 280

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Nathaniel Jones

CLASS

'12

Nathaniel Jones Stats

Athletic Stats

  • 20
    Vertical jump
  • 285
    Bench max
Position(s) Offensive Tackle, Offensive Guard, Defensive Tackle
Defense
DefenseSeasonCareer
Tackles2362
Tackle assists1524
Sacks36
Sack yards825
Forced fumbles3
Special TeamsSeasonCareer
Fumble recoveries34
Additional Info

First string Varsity beginning in sophomore year. Played first string offense (OL) and defense (DT).

*Note: Career stats are from sophomore thru senior year.

Honors

2011: First Team All State Defensive Tackle (Division I)
2011: First Team All Conference Defensive Tackle (Division I)
2011: Michael A. Dillion Top Lineman Award (Division I)
2010: Second Team All Conference for Defense (Division II)

2011 All State Award Information: http://www.delawareonline.com/article/20111209/SPORTS14/111209018/Jarmon-Patton-earn-All-State-football-honors?odyssey

2011 All Conference Information: http://saxo.highschoolsports.net/article/20111117/SPORTS14/111

Team Record Home Away Neutral Overall
Wins 3 3 6
Losses 2 2 4

Teams & Coach Information

High School Coach:
John Wilson
Club Coach:
N/A

Service

How I am involved in service in my community and why these efforts are important to me:

I volunteer often in my community. My volunteer activities include Food Bank of Delaware, local churches missions, and serving as a camp counselor during the summer months.

Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. One example of how I have demonstrated leadership in both areas:

I have demonstrated leadership skills in school, in my community, and while serving as a camp counselor in the summer. An example of this would be when I organized service initiatives for my football team. These initiatives included assisting the elderly in getting food and clothing, community recycle events, and managing camp activities for boys from low income communities. My role in these initiatives were to make connections with the organizer, assemble volunteers from the team, sending out reminders, giving instructions on what was expected from the team, ensuring that everyone arrived on time and ready to work.

How I pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete:

As a student athlete, I am very conscious about what I eat and it affects my body. I ensure that my diet is balanced and contains the necessary essentials for maximum performance and for ultimate health. This was a lesson learn for me as I matured as an athlete and realized that a proper diet can protect me from injury. An example of this would be ensuring that I drink plenty of water to stay hydrated, eating enough protein for muscle growth and to repair, and eating enough carbs for energy.