The Los Angeles Rams signed former Nassau Community College student Jordan Jones as an undrafted free agent after the 2023 NFL Draft closed Saturday, according to multiple reports.

The Brooklyn native spent his final three seasons at the University of Rhode Island and now joins the Rams.

During his time at Rhode Island, Jones played 22 games and totaled 77 tackles, 8 interceptions and 30 pass deflections. He also scored two defensive touchdowns, including a 42-yard interception return against Stony Brook last season.

Before that, he began his football career in the NCC, where he was a JuCo All-American with 11 interceptions in 22 games.

Jones isn’t the only NCC alumnus making it to the NFL, with Pro Bowl cornerback Rasul Douglas recently re-signing a three-year deal worth $21 million with the Green Bay Packers, and veteran Ian Thomas playing for the Blacks. Panthers, also NCC graduates.

Jordan Jones (#23) was intercepted while at Nassau Community College in Garden City. (Credit: Nassau Lions Net)

Above: Jordan Jones (#23) and his teammates celebrate his Pick-6 against Stony Brook in the end zone. (Image credit: Rhode Island University Athletic Team/

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