A lot of the focus this off-season for Notre Dame has been put on the absence of last year's starting quarterback, Everett Golson, who has been suspended for some sort of academic violation. While the QB is a pretty important position on any team, the Fighting Irish still have plenty of play makers left.
Like senior wide receiver TJ Jones.
Jones has been a solid contributor for the Fighting Irish the last three seasons with 111 catches for 1321 yards and 10 touchdowns--nearly half of that total came in last year's run to the national title game (50 catches, 649 yards, 4 TDs)!
Head Coach Brian Kelly certainly thinks pretty highly of the 5'11" from Georgia calling him a 'first round talent.'
If that's the case then he better get ready for dealing with some real sharks pretty soon--NFL agents. Talk about a bunch of people that love to circle their prey before striking! What better way to get ready for dealing with them than by swimming with real sharks?
He was actually preparing for a possible career outside of football, but what better way to hold the human sharks off than by being able to prove he doesn't need them or the game?