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Updated:
February 2, 2024

Mac Jones is the starting quarterback for the New England Patriots. He played college football at the University of Alabama and won the 2021 College Football Playoff National Championship.

Michael McCorkle Jones, often called Mac for short, was born in Jacksonville, Florida on September 5, 1998. Both of his parents and his older sister were involved in college sports. As a young child, Jones worked as an actor and model and appeared in several televised commercials.

He attended The Bolles School, a private college preparatory school, in his hometown of Jacksonville, where he played football. Jones took his team to the state regional final as a junior and won the Florida 4A title as a senior. During his senior year, he recorded 1,532 yards and 29 touchdowns.

Jones committed to the University of Kentucky, but after receiving a scholarship offer from the University of Alabama, he switched his commitment, and he began attending Alabama as an early enrollee. Although he threw for almost 300 yards at Alabama’s A-Day Game (which is their spring game) and was named the game’s MVP, he redshirted his freshman year.

During the following season, Jones was a third-string quarterback for Alabama, behind Jalen Hurts and Tua Tagovailoa, both of whom competitively battled for the starting position all season long. Jones mostly appeared as a holder during the games but would occasionally play. During the season, he would record the second-longest pass in school history, to wide receiver Jaylen Waddle, during a game with Louisiana State University. The 94-yard pass went for a touchdown.

In 2019, former starting quarterback, Jalen Hurts left the program to attend the University of Oklahoma as a post-graduate transfer, leaving Jones to play as a backup quarterback to Tua Tagovailoa. Tagovailoa was injured halfway through the season, during a game against Louisiana State University. Jones relieved Tagovailoa and would go on to start the rest of the season. During the season, he recorded 1,503 passing yards with 14 touchdowns. Alabama did not make the college football playoffs that year and Tagovailoa was drafted into the National Football League.

Technically, 2019 was Jones’ sophomore year, but as he had enrolled early, he was able to graduate that summer. His degree was in communication studies and he had a perfect grade point average. He decided he would return to Alabama as a graduate student.

Quarterback, Bryce Young would be recruited to Alabama for the following season and it was speculated that he would become the starter. To the surprise of many analysts, Jones was named the team’s starter by coach, Nick Saban and he would have an outstanding season. Jones started the season by soundly defeating the Georgia Bulldogs and then shutting out Mississippi State. He helped the team to trounce the Auburn Tigers at the Iron Bowl that year with 302 yards and five touchdowns. He followed that up with a 38- yard, four-touchdown victory over rival Louisiana State University.

The Crimson Tide played the Florida Gators in the 2020 SEC Championship Game, winning the SEC title and a berth in the college football playoffs. Jones had 418 yards and five touchdowns during the win. In the college football semi-finals, Alabama played Notre Dame at the 2021 Rose Bowl, where Jones would record four touchdowns in the win over the Fighting Irish. This qualified the Crimson Tide to play in the 2021 College Football Playoff National Championship.

Alabama defeated Ohio State University at the National Championship in a 52-to-24 victory. During the game, Jones threw for 464 yards and five touchdowns. Along with winning a national championship, Jones placed third in Heisman voting, and he received the Manning Award, the Davey O’Brien award, and the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award. He had a 203.1 passer rating and 77.4 completion percentage, both of which set season records for the NCAA. After the national championship game, he announced his intentions to declare for the NFL Draft.

Jones was named a consensus All-American, First-team All-SEC, SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year, and Academic All-American of the Year for Division I Football. He earned his master’s degree in sports hospitality and would again have a perfect grade point average.

Jones was invited to the 2021 NFL Combine where he ran a 4.83-second, 40-yard dash. Many were not excited by his performance, but he received a lot of buzz when it was discovered that he has a photographic memory.

Jones was projected to go as high as the third pick of the draft, but he would end up being the fifteenth pick. He was selected by his favorite team from childhood, the New England Patriots. Initially, Jones played backup for veteran quarterback, Cam Newton, but quickly surpassed him and was named as the starting quarterback. Jones finished the season by taking the Patriots to the playoffs where they lost in the wildcard round. Jones was named to the 2021 PFWA All-Rookie Team and voted to the Pro Bowl.

Through his company, Mac 10 Enterprises, Jones has filed a trademark application for “MJ10,” which is his initials and jersey number, for use on athletic apparel. He also filed a trademark application for “MAC10,” his nickname and jersey number, for use on athletic apparel.

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MAC10

Serial Number:
97150355
Registration Number:
Pending Application
Word Mark:
MAC10
Goods and Services:

IC 025. US 022 039. G & S Beanies; Hats; Pants; Shirts; Shoes; Socks; Sweaters; Sweatpants; Tank-tops; Athletic jackets; Athletic pants; Athletic shirts; Athletic shorts; Athletic sweaters; Long-sleeved shirts; Long jackets.

Filling Date:
2021-12-01
Current Basis:
1B
Owner:
MAC 10 ENTERPRISES, LLC
Attorney of Record:
DARREN HEITNER
Description of Mark:
(4) Standard character mark.
Type of Mark:
Trademark
Register:
Principal
Live or Dead:
ACTIVE

MJ10

Serial Number:
97144553
Registration Number:
Pending Application
Word Mark:
MJ10
Goods and Services:

IC 025. US 022 039. G & S Beanies; Hats; Pants; Shirts; Shoes; Socks; Sweaters; Sweatpants; Tank-tops; Athletic jackets; Athletic pants; Athletic shirts; Athletic shorts; Athletic sweaters; Long-sleeved shirts; Long jackets.

Filling Date:
2021-11-26
Current Basis:
1B
Owner:
MAC 10 ENTERPRISES, LLC
Attorney of Record:
Darren Heitner
Description of Mark:
(4) Standard character mark.
Type of Mark:
Trademark
Register:
Principal
Live or Dead:
ACTIVE
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