We all know that Brandon Jones does some things well such as shore up the run, blitz the QB, play full tilt, but he still has issues in coverage. He had those issues at Texas, so, I'm not sure how much better he is going to be there but he did improve in each of his two seasons with the Dolphins.
Jones wanting to improve his man coverage ability makes sense because his stats from last season don’t paint a favorable picture of Jones’ play in that area.https://www.si.com/nfl/dolphins/news/mi ... repertoire
He allowed 27 receptions last season on 33 targets, a completion percentage allowed of 81.8, which paled in comparison to fellow safety Jevon Holland, who had a completion percentage allowed of 60.6 percent.
His 81.8 completion allowed percentage also was the highest for any safety and 19th overall in the NFL last season, according to Pro Football Reference.