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Name: Jonathan Rose (Dismissed from Nebraska/Auburn)
College: Nebraska     Number: 14
Height: 6-1   Weight: 193
Position: CB  Pos2: FS
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2016

40 Low: 4.52
   40 Time: 4.62
  40 High: 4.70
Projected Round:   Stock:   High: HPFA  Low: PFA
Rated number 72 out of 259 CB's     711 / 2755 TOTAL
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Height: 6011
Weight: 193
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Dates: 03/04/16
Height: 6011
Weight: 193
40 Yrd Dash: 4.62
20 Yrd Dash: 2.62
10 Yrd Dash: 1.65
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 05
Vertical Jump: 35 1/2
Broad Jump: 10'05"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.31
3-Cone Drill: 6.81

   40 Time Range: 4.61-4.63
 Data Scout Notes: 2015: 12-15-17 - Dismissed from Nebraska/Violation of Team Rules...NAC/NAM...2014: NAC...2013: NA...2012: NA...08-27-12 DS #12 So CB...07-26-12 - Dismissed from Auburn
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12/19/15 - Nebraska coach Mike Riley has dismissed senior cornerback Jonathan Rose from the team for violating team rules again. Riley announced Rose's departure on Tuesday after the Cornhuskers' fourth practice leading to the Foster Farms Bowl against UCLA on Dec. 26. Rose appeared in nine games and started five, making 42 tackles and one interception. Rose was suspended twice for a total of three games earlier this season for breaking team rules. Rose started his college career at Auburn and transferred to Nebraska in 2012. - AP Sports
08/12/12 - Not long after he signed a national letter of intent Friday morning, sealing his intentions to transfer to Nebraska, Jonathan Rose was trying to map out the best driving route from central Alabama to the Huskers' campus. “Fifteen hours,” he said. “We're trying to figure it out.” A long way from home. But at this point in Rose's life, he says he's ready for new direction. The 6-foot-2, 185-pound cornerback, one of the nation's top defensive backs in the 2011 class, temporarily left Auburn's program in May — and permanently parted ways after meeting with the Tigers' staff earlier this month. The specifics behind Rose's departure are unclear, publicly characterized as “personal” reasons. Rose's father, Charles, called it the “old chapter” that's now closed. Jonathan said “a lot of stuff” transpired. Whatever occurred, it's not something that needs to be revisited, the family says. Rose is ready to move on. Really, really ready. That's why he started packing Friday morning even though he's not planning to be in Lincoln until next week. He even used his cellphone to send pictures of his signed letter of intent to a local recruiting analyst — what initially broke the news of Rose's final decision. “I just feel like I need a real fresh start,” Rose said. “I felt like (Nebraska) was a good move for me and my future.” - Jon Nyatawa, The World-Herald Bureau
08/07/12 - DB Jonathan Rose has been given his release. He had only two tackles last year, but reports were he had a decent spring session. The Birmingham News had rated him the No. 2 player in Alabama coming out of high school. - The Sports Xchange
08/06/12 - Cornerback Johnathan Rose decided to transfer from Auburn two week ago. He expects to have a decision midweek according to Sean Callahan of Nebraska and Tennessee are reportedly the top two teams Rose favors. Nebraska may have the edge to acquire the cornerback. "(Rose's father) added that current NU secondary coach Terry Joseph recruited his son at Tennessee coming out of high school, and that's who's handling his recruitment again for Nebraska," Callahan reported. "He said the Huskers would definitely be one of the leaders at this point." Charles Rose added, "We looked at Nebraska's depth chart. As far as school wise, I know it's a good school. I know they just recently went to the Big Ten. Just me being a football player myself, you know the big schools like Nebraska all have the tradition and all of that. Just first-hand I talked to a couple of people that are familiar with Nebraska and they had a lot of good things to say about them." Rose will have to sit out the 2012 season due to NCAA transfer rules. - Brent Sobleski, ESPN
07/26/12 - Defensive back Jonathan Rose, one of the top players in Auburn's 2011 signing class, has been given his unconditional release from the football team and plans to transfer. Coach Gene Chizik informed Rose's high school coach, Keith Etheredge of Leeds, that Rose would not be allowed to return to the team Tuesday. Chizik had sent Rose home for the summer because of "personal reasons." Chizik told Etheredge that Rose could transfer to any school without restriction. Etheredge said he expects SEC and ACC teams to call about his former defensive back. Etheredge said he did not have any issues with Auburn. "It has nothing to do with grades or anything that deals with the police or anything like that," Etheredge said. "It's just that he doesn't need to be down there anymore. It has nothing to do with the coaching staff or Auburn or anything like that. They've been great to Jonathan." Rose played sparingly for Auburn last season, recording two tackles. But Etheredge said Chizik told him Rose's play improved in the spring when he led the team in interceptions during scrimmages. Rose was sent home at the start of summer workouts. Auburn did not say why it took the action. Rose would have to sit out this season if he chooses to sign at a major college. He could play immediately if plays at a smaller school. Etheredge said Rose will succeed elsewhere. "I said when he left high school here he was the type of kid I want my son to grow up to be. I still feel that way. Nothing has changed. "My gosh, if Jonathan Rose can't make it in Division I college football, I don't have a kid that I have ever coached that can make it. That's the type of kid he is. "He wants to fit in, but he's got to learn he can't fit in with every crowd." - Charles Goldberg, The Birmingham News
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