Mac Jones Bio, Age, NFL, Family, Wife, Height, and Net Worth

 Who is Mac Jones?

Mac Jones full name Michael McCorkle Jones is a famous American professional football quarterback for the New England Patriots of the National Football League (NFL). Jones played college football at Alabama, setting the NCAA season records for passer rating and completion percentage as a junior en route to winning the 2021 College Football Playoff National Championship. Picked in the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft by the Patriots, he guided the team to a playoff berth in his rookie season and received Pro Bowl honors.

How old is Mac Jones?

Michael McCorkle ”Mac” Jones is aged 24 as of 2022, having been born on September 5, 1998, in Jacksonville, Florida, U.S. He shares his birthday with famous people including Freddie Mercury, Allie Tannerites, Kat Graham, Michael Keaton, Annabelle Wallis, Rose McGowan, Jesse James, Paul Volcker, Bob Newhart, and Raquel Welch, among others

Mac Jones Family

Who are Mac Jones’s parents?

Michael McCorkle “Mac” Jones was born in Jacksonville, Florida to Gordon Jones and Holly Jones. Jones’s father played tennis at Flagler College and Florida State University. He has not shared much information about his parents and family with the media.

Does Mac Jones have siblings?

Jones was born to his parents into a family of three children. He has two siblings, a brother Will Jones, and a sister Sarah Jane. Will played soccer at Mercer University while Jane played tennis for the College of Charleston.

Mac Jones Education

Jones attended The Bolles School in his hometown, where he played high school football under head coach Corky Rogers. He then joined the University of Alabama, where he played college football for the Crimson Tide. Jones graduated with a bachelor’s degree in communication studies with a 4.00 GPA IN 2019. He then returned as a graduate student and received his master’s degree in sports hospitality with a 4.00 GPA.

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Mac Jones Interests

Jones was born into a family of athletes and has been into sports from a young age. He fell in love with football from a young age and went on to play in high school and college. As a child, he worked as a child model and actor, making appearances in commercials. He signed an endorsement contract with Nobull, a Boston-based company that makes athletic shoes and apparel in August 2021.

Mac Jones Partner

Jones is not yet married but has been dating his girlfriend Sophie Scott since 2019 to the present. The two met at the University of Alabama and currently live together in Massachusetts.

Mac Jones Children

Jones is not yet married despite being in a relationship and does not have children of his own to date.

Mac Jones Height

Jones has a well-built, athletic, and physically fit body adding up to an impressive height of 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) and a weight of 98 kg (217 lbs).

Mac Jones Career

High school career

Jones attended The Bolles School in Jacksonville, Florida, where he played high school football under head coach Corky Rogers. In 2015, he led the team to the state regional final in his junior year. He then led the team to the Florida 4A title as a senior throwing for 1,532 yards and 29 touchdowns in 2016.

College career


Mac initially committed to play college football for the University of Kentucky. However, he accepted a scholarship offer from the University of Alabama to play for the Crimson Tide. He arrived as an early enrollee but was redshirted in 2017 in his freshman season. Jones was then charged with driving under the influence (DUI) and was suspended for the next game against LSU. Following throwing for 289 yards and 2 touchdowns in the Crimson Tide’s spring game, he was named A-Day MVP.


Jones appeared mostly as a holder on special teams in 14 of the Tide’s 15 games in the 2918 season. He added his name to the Alabama record book with a 94-yard touchdown pass to Jaylen Waddle, in a victory over Louisiana. This was the second-longest pass in school history.


Mac served as the starting quarterback almost at the end of the 2019 season following Tua Tagovailoa suffering a severe hip injury. He then made four starts for the Crimson Tide, defeating Arkansas and Western Carolina prior to falling to Auburn in the Iron Bowl. Jones threw for 335 yards, 4 touchdowns, and 2 interceptions in the 48-45 loss. After the Iron Bowl, he guided Alabama to a 35-16 victory against Michigan in the Citrus Bowl. He then completed the 2019 season with 1,503 passing yards, 14 touchdowns, and 3 interceptions in 11 games and 4 starts. In his sophomore year, he received a bachelor’s degree in communication studies with a 4.00 GPA. Following the commencement ceremony, he revealed he would return to Alabama as a graduate student.


With Tagovailoa leaving for the 2020 NFL Draft, Mac took over as the starting quarterback for Alabama. In a game against the No. 3 rated Georgia Bulldogs, he threw for 317 yards and 4 touchdowns, assisting Alabama to win 41-24. Together with the Crimson Tide, he shut out Mississippi State 41-0, on Halloween night. He threw for 291 yards and 4 touchdowns, all of which went to DeVonta Smith. In the Iron Bowl over Auburn, he threw for 302 yards and 5 touchdowns. The next week, he threw for 385 yards and 4 touchdowns over LSU. With the victory, the Crimson Tide made it to the 2020 SEC Championship game against Florida. Here, he threw for 418 yards and 5 touchdowns, with Alabama winning 52-46. The team went 11-0 in a schedule featuring only-in conference opponents because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Mac Jones Playoffs

Alabama was picked to take on Notre Dame in the 2021 Rose Bowl semifinal game, where Mac threw 4 touchdown passes en route to a 31-14 victory. Alabama would continue to win the 2021 College Football Playoff National Championship game over the Ohio State Buckeyes 52-24, with Mac throwing for 464 yards and 5 touchdowns. He then completed the season throwing for 4,500 yards with 41 touchdowns and 4 interceptions. Jones’ 203.1 passer rating and 77.4 completion percentage were both NCAA season records.

Jones was then named the recipient of the Davey O’Brien, Johnny Unitas Golden Arm, and Manning Awards. He completed third for the Heisman Trophy, which went to his teammate Smith. Having received his master’s degree in sports hospitality with a 4.00 GPA, he earned Academic All-American of the Year honors from the College Sports Information Directors of America in both Division I football and all Division I sports for the 2020-21 school year. After the season, he announced that he would forgo his last year of eligibility and join the 2021 NFL Draft.

Mac Jones Professional career

Among the top quarterback prospects of the 2021 NFL Draft, he was projected to be taken in the first round. Jones was the last of five quarterbacks and 4th of 6 Alabama players taken in the first round. He was also the first quarterback drafted in the first round by the Patriots since Drew Bledsoe in 1993. Jones then signed his four-year rookie deal, worth $15.6 million fully guaranteed, on July 6, 2021.


After the preseason, Mac was named the Patriots’ starter for 2021. He beat out incumbent starting quarterback Cam Newton, who was released during the last roster cuts. Jones became New England’s first rookie quarterback to begin a season opener since Bledsoe in 1993. In his NFL debut, he finished 29 of 39 passes for 281 yards and made his first touchdown pass to wide receiver Nelson Agholor in a 17-16 defeat by the Miami Dolphins. Jones also set the NFL completion percentage record for a debuting rookie at 74.4. Mac’s first victory came the next week against the New York Jets and he became the first rookie quarterback to convert more than 70 percent of 60 passes in his first 2 starts by gaining a 73.3 completion rate.

He then struggled in a Week 3 loss to the New Orleans Saints having 3 interceptions, including his first to safety P/ J. Williams. The next week, he made his Sunday Night Football debut against the defending Super Bowl LV champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers and former Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. Despite the Patriots losing 19-17, he had 19 consecutive completions, the most for an NFL rookie since 1991, and tying the franchise record set by Brady in 2015, He had his first-quarter comeback and game-winning drive during Week 5 over the Houston Texans, assisting the team rally from a 22-9 deficit to win 25-22. After two weeks, he won his first home game in a 54-13 rout of the Jets, throwing for 307 yards and 2 touchdowns prior to backup Brian Hoyer relieving him in the last minutes.

End of the season

Jones later completed the season with 3,801 passing yards, 22 touchdowns, and a 67.6 competition percentage, which were the highest among rookie quarterbacks in 2021. He was also the only rookie quarterback to lead a team to a winning record and playoff appearance. Jones then became the first Patriots rookie quarterback to begin a playoff game with his wild card appearance over the Bills, throwing for 232 yards, 2 touchdowns, and 2 interceptions in the 47-17 defeat. He was then named to the 2021 PFWA All-Rookie Team and completed 2nd in Offensive Rookie of the Year voting behind Ja’Marr Chase for his performance in his first season. Jones was additionally picked as an alternate to the 2022 Pro Bowl, making him the 4th Patriots rookie and the franchise’s first rookie quarterback to earn Pro Bowl honors.


Mac struggled in the 2022 season opener over the Miami Dolphins, throwing an interception and losing a fumble that was returned for a touchdown in the 20-7 defeat. He was then revealed to have suffered a back injury but came back the next week in a 17-14 win against the Pittsburgh Steelers. During Week 3 against the Baltimore Ravens, Jones scored his first rushing touchdown but threw 3 interceptions in the 37-26 defeat and suffered an ankle injury on his last pass.

Mac Jones Net Worth

American professional football quarterback, Jones currently plays for the New England Patriots of the NFL. He has been active in the NFL from 2021 to the present earning a salary of $1,368,471. Jones has been able to gather an accumulative net worth of approximately $10 million as of 2022.

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