Data Scout Notes: 2013: 1stC/2ndM...POutland...2012: NA...2011: NA
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Draft Scout DaQuan Jones News
09/12/17 - DE DaQuan Jones wound up getting the majority of the snaps on the nose, as the Titans played a lot of nickel defense. But Jones spelled normal starter Sylvester Williams in base as well on Sunday.
08/28/17 - DE DaQuan Jones got some time at nose tackle against the Bears.
08/10/14 - DE DaQuan Jones played the most snaps of any Titans defensive lineman and had a tackle for loss in his NFL debut.
05/12/14 - A closer look at the Titans' picks: Round 4/112 - DaQuan Jones, NT, 6-4, 322, Penn State...Jones is the type of defensive lineman the Titans need as they switch from a 4-3 to a 3-4 system. He is plenty big to handle the nose tackle role, and also could see some time at the end positions. Jones has a high motor and has some pass-rush ability from the interior, which will help as the Titans make a scheme transition. - The Sports Xchange
05/08/14 - 2014 DRAFT SCOUT FINAL TOP 100: 64/7. DaQuan Jones, DT, Penn State, 6-4, 322, 5.34, 2...God-given height, weight, quickness offer a massive foundation on which to build a great career. After shedding about 25 pounds to add stamina, he led the team in 2013 with 11.5 tackles for loss (minus-42 yards), had three sacks and a fumble recovery. Has the ability to get low and own a wide piece of real estate against two good blockers and when there is only one blocker he can dominate. Jones is just beginning to realize his potential and the value of hard work. Frankly: Back in the day when rookies weren't expected to do too much too soon, players like Jones were golden. With patience and continued conditioning, some team could steal a future standout. - Frank Cooney, NFLDraftScout.com