Texas A&M starting CB Myles Jones coming back for another senior season


Texas A&M senior cornerback Myles Jones announced on Wednesday night via social media that he is apparently returning to Aggieland for the 2021 season as allowed per NCAA rules changes that occurred place in August. Jones solidified the Aggies’ secondary during the 2020 season at one cornerback spot, becoming one of the team’s leading tacklers with 39 total stops (30 of them solos). He also added an interception to go with two tackles for loss and five passes broken up. He also did all of this despite missing the team’s last two games of the year due to a leg injury.

— Myles Jones?† (@MyJone98) January 14, 2021

Jones was also a mainstay in the 2019 season as he started all 13 games. He was second on the team with six pass breakups on the year and had two interceptions, returning them for 33 yards in the season-opening win over Texas State. He tallied five tackles and two pass breakups versus the eventual national champion LSU Tigers. He earned the Defensive Most Improved and Defensive Strength Awards at the annual team banquet.

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