Here are Jones’s finishes in the last few years, working backward: No. 17 (in 16 games), No. 27 (in 13 games), No. 61 (in nine games–with the No. 30 per game average) and No. 9 (in 16 games). Jones always seems to outperform his average draft position, which is in the 10th round this season as he joins a new team and rookie quarterback Trevor Lawrence. He was signed to replace the production of Keelan Cole and Chris Conley, but will compete with D.J. Chark and Laviska Shenault for targets in what may be a conservative, run-oriented offense meant to protect Lawrence as much as possible. At 31 years old, Jones is at the tail end of his prime. He should remain productive, but it’s unlikely that he’ll see the 7.1 targets per game that he’s garnered over the last three years.