|High School:||Camarillo HS|
TITANS `09: Was granted a redshirt season as he recovered from a broken leg suffered in the fall of 2008. Was named the MVP of the Northwoods Summer League following the 2009 collegiate season.
TITANS `08: Played in 49 games, 41 of thos appearances came as a starter Split time between second base (19 games) and designated hitter roles Had started in all but three of the Titans' games until May 2 when he was hit by a pitch on his left elbow by UC Santa Barbara's Mike Ford in his first at bat of the series After being hit on May 2, he missed the next three games and started just 2 of the Titans' final 17 games Finished fifth on the team in hitting with a .302 average Posted 13 multi-hit games including a season-best three-hit effort on Apr. 22 vs. No. 6 Arizona State Drove in multiple runs on nine occasions including four 3-RBI efforts Had a seven-game hitting streak from Mar. 28 to Apr. 6 where he batted .314 (11-for-35) with nine RBI and four runs scored His only home run of the year came on Mar. 30 vs. UC Riverside, capping a 2-for-3, 3-RBI effort.
TITANS `07: Started the season as a role player and was inserted in the lineup when Joel Weeks broke his ankle on Mar. 22 Played in 45 games and made 36 starts (35 at second base, one as the DH) Picked up his first career hit on Feb. 27 vs. San Diego State, driving in his first career RBI Belted his first career home run on Apr. 22 at home vs. Pacific Posted five multi-hit games including his season-best 5-for-5 effort at Cal State Northridge on Mar. 31, also driving in his season-best 5 RBI Drove in multiple runs in a game on five occasions Had a modest five-game hitting streak from Apr. 22 to Apr. 29, going 6-for-15 (.400) Was 5-for-9 (.556, with a double and a triple) in the San Diego Regional, collected a hit at the College World Series and hit an even .300 in the postseason (6-for-20) Was given the Most Improved Award at the team awards banquet in Nov., 2007.
CAMARILLO HS: Lettered three years at Camarillo High School in Camarillo, Calif., for Head Coach Richard Jaquez Was a three-time All-Pacific View League first-teamer, never hitting lower than .440 in his high school career In his first year at the varsity level in 2004, hit .453 with three home runs and 32 RBI Posted his best year in 2005 for the Scorpions, with 10 home runs and 41 RBI while hitting .457 his junior year Earned first-team All-CIF, Ventura County MVP and league MVP honors in 2005 Hit for the cycle on Apr. 19, 2005, at Hueneme High School going 4-for-4 with five RBI and 2 runs scored Hit .440 with 3 homers and 38 RBI as a senior in 2006 helping the Scorpions to a league championship and berth into the CIF playoffs Earned the Camarillo High School Community Service Athlete Award in 2006.
PERSONAL: Born on September 14, 1987, in Anaheim, Calif. Full name is Corey Frank Jones Parents are Mark and Darleen Jones Has two younger sisters (Kaley and Camille) Majoring in business Models his game after Philadelphia's Chase Utley Played with the Minnesota Twins' Delmon Young as a freshman in high school His superstition is saying a prayer before every game Favorites include: "American Pie," "Hook" and "Blow" (movies), Bruce Springsteen, Blink-182, Rise Against (musical artists), "DaVinci Code" and "The Bible" (books), facebook.com (website), Johnny Depp and Kate Hudson (actors), and Los Angeles Dodgers (team).
JONES' DIV. I CAREER HIGHS
At Bats:7, Mar. 28, 2008 vs. UC Riverside
Runs:3 (2 times), Last on Apr. 18, 2008 at Pacific
Hits:5, Mar. 31, 2007 at Cal State Northridge
RBI:5, Mar. 31, 2007 at Cal State Northridge
Home Runs:1 (3 times), Last on Mar. 30, 2008 vs. UC Riverside
Doubles:1 (8 times), Last on Apr. 19, 2008 at Pacific
Stolen Bases:1 (4 times), Last on Apr. 13, 2008 vs. CSUN