He's been engaged in grueling hill runs while also catching 300 balls per day on the JUGS machine. Jones took a big leap forward after a disappointing rookie campaign, rushing for 724 yards and six touchdowns and clearing 1,000 total yards, the first back to accomplish that since Doug Martin in 2015. Tom Brady loves to utilize his backs out of the backfield and Jones appears primed for an increased role and production in 2020 with only third round rookie Ke'Shawn Vaughn providing major competition for touches. At the very least, Jones projects as the early down back with Vaughn mixed in on third down but he should see work on all three downs as his hands improve and with the COVID crisis limiting Vaughn's development in his rookie year. Still only 22 years of age, Ronald Jones is an intriguing low-value selection.