Quadry Jones discusses NIL, playing for Josh Heupel and Jeff Lebby

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Quadry Jones enters his fourth season at UCF.

The 6-foot, 176-pound quarterback has appeared in six games for the Knights from 2018-20.

Jones is 5-of-6, for 124 passing yards, and two passing touchdowns, while rushing for 15 yards on eight attempts.

His offensive production came under Josh Heupel. Heupel served as UCF’s head coach from 2018-20 and is currently in the same capacity at Tennessee.

Jones joined the show “Tennessee Two-A-Days” to discuss how student-athletes can now benefit from their name, image and likeness.

“I have been doing a few camps already, as soon as they gave us the NIL,” Jones said. “I have one coming Aug. 1, so all of the Orlando quarterbacks, come out and support.”

Jones also discussed playing for Heupel at UCF.

The UCF quarterback mentioned playing in Heupel’s offensive system was an easy transition as a freshman. He played in a similar offense at Jones High School in Orlando.

“It was kind of easy to pick up on because I was already used to hand signals,” Jones said. “It was pretty simple. It was pretty much based off speed. If you have some guys at receiver, you are going to have a pretty good offense to just run right past people — just the simple stuff to use catching the ball and turn up field.”

The entire show with Jones can be listened to here or below. Jones discusses NIL, majoring in criminal justice, playing for the likes of Heupel and Jeff Lebby, and learning quarterback footwork from his former coaches.

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