Linebacker Jabril Cox plays for the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League. He weighs 109 kg and stands 1.91 m tall. He played both linebacker and wide receiver for Raytown South High School, where he was a student and a football player. As a sophomore, he recorded 101 tackles, 509 receiving yards, and 9 touchdowns while also being named All-Conference on defense.
He was chosen as the team’s starting dual-threat quarterback and received All-district and All-conference honors for his junior season, which included 1,300 passing yards, 17 passing touchdowns, and 830 rushing yards. He accepted a football scholarship that North Dakota State University extended to him after he completed high school.
In North Dakota, he played for North Dakota State Bison football team. He stayed there for three seasons before leaving to transfer as a graduate student to Louisiana State University. He continued playing football at Louisiana State as a member of the LSU Tigers. He had the third-most tackles on the team that year with 58, along with 6.5 tackles for loss, one sack, one forced fumble, eight pass breakups, and three interceptions.
During the 2021 NFL Draft, Cox was selected by the Dallas Cowboys in the fourth round. He signed his rookie contract on May 20, 2021. Cox was placed on the season-ending injured reserve after what seemed to be a knee injury against the Minnesota Vikings in Week 8.
Where Is Jabril Cox From?
Jabril Cox is from Kansas City in Missouri in the United States of America.