Jabril Cox is a linebacker in American football. He is presently a member of the Dallas Cowboys football team, which competes in the National Football League.
The Cowboys made the selection to add him to their roster in the 2021 NFL Draft, during the fourth round of the competition. Before transferring to LSU,
he played college football at North Dakota State, where he was selected as the MVFC defensive player of the year and won three FCS championships. After that, he moved on to play college football at LSU.
After that, he continued his football career at LSU, where he was a college player. Because of his outstanding athletic performance, while attending Raytown South High School,
Cox was named to the All-Conference and All-District teams. When he was a senior, he threw for 2,103 yards, scored 18 touchdowns through the air, ran for 1,004 yards, and scored 13 touchdowns on the ground.
His sums added up to an amazing total. Cox also started for the school’s basketball and baseball teams for a combined total of four years during his time there.
After finishing his junior year with 91 total tackles (which led the team), 9.5 tackles for loss, 4 sacks, 7 quarterback hurries, and 4 interceptions,
he has named the conference Defensive Player of the Year and was placed on the first team of All-MVFC. His performance earned him a spot on the All-MVFC first team.
He recorded 10 tackles during the second round of the FCS playoffs, which was a victory for his team over Montana State University 54–13.
The final score was 52–10. Both the Mountain Valley Football Conference and the Associated Press have selected him for the first team of All-MVFCS for the second year in a row.
The contributions made by Cox helped his team finish with a record of 45-1 overall and win three straight FCS Championships.
Cox is largely responsible for these accomplishments. At the end of his career, he had participated in a total of 45 games, starting 38 of them,
and compiled a total of 258 tackles (including 32 tackles for loss), 14 sacks, six interceptions, and two defensive touchdowns.
He also scored two defensive touchdowns. In the year 2020, he came to the conclusion that the best way for him to continue growing as a player would be to enrol at Louisiana State University in the capacity of a graduate student and make the transfer there.
Where Did Jabril Cox Attend College and Highschool?
Jabril Cox received his high school education at Raytown South and then continued his education at North Dakota State University.
Both in high school and college, he was a member of the football team. During his senior year of high school, he was a starter at linebacker and wide receiver.
However, during his freshman year of college, he was transformed from a wide receiver to a linebacker.