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21 Jarrett Jones
Jarrett  Jones


Palos Verdes Estates, Calif.

High School:
Palos Verdes

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 190


• Joined the team in January of 2018

“Jarrett joins us in the Spring semester having taken a unique path to UVA, including a semester at Piedmont Valley Community College.  Taking an alternative route, Jarrett has proven his unwavering desire to be a Cavalier.  He will train at both close defense and the long-stick midfield position.”

• A 2016 graduate of Palos Verdes High School where he played lacrosse and basketball
• Was a four-year starter and three-time captain
• Member of Palos Verdes' 2014 and 2015 CIF Southern Section championship team
• All-American in 2015 and 2016
• Bay League Player of the Year in 2016
• First-team All-Bay League all four years
• Holds the school career record for ground balls (371) and caused turnovers (211)
• Played club lacrosse for the West Coast Starz

• Son of JP and Deborah Jones
• Has one sister, Jessica, and one brother, Justin
• Great grandfather, John Paul Jones II, was an Oylmpic athlete in 1912, an All-American runner at Cornell and held multiple World Records in the mile
• Grandfather, John Paul Jones III, was a center on the Arizona football team in 1955 and 1956
• Member of Los Hermanos Verdes, logging over 100 volunteer hours in the community
• Worked at the Palos Verdes Beach and Athletic Club
• Volunteered for Lacrosse the Nations, serving in Nicaragua with lacrosse clinics to impoverished youth
• Youth lacrosse coach with Factory Lacrosse
• Member of FCA
• National Honor Society
• California Scholarship Federation
• Enjoys fly fishing, surfing and paddle boarding


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