Recruiting Flashback: D.J. Jones

Editor's note: During the countdown to national signing day on Feb. 1, DawgNation will talk with a former Georgia football player each day about his memories of the recruiting process.

Today's former Bulldog is Daryll "D.J." Jones, who came to Georgia as a talented dual-threat quarterback in 1980, but shifted to cornerback as a sophomore and eventually made a living as a defensive back over several seasons with the Green Bay Packers and Denver Broncos.

These days, Jones is a broadcaster and entrepreneur in his hometown of Columbus, Ga., and appears as an analyst on several UGA-related programs.