|Birth Name||Michael McCorkle Jones|
|Father||Gordon Pritchett Jones|
|Mother||Holly Jane Jones|
|College/University||University of Alabama|
|Height||6ft 3in (1.91m)|
|Weight||217 lbs (98 kg)|
|Net Worth||$10 million|
Mac Jones is an American football quarterback player who is the No. 15 overall pick of the New England Patriots in the 2021 NFL Draft.
The 2 times College Football Playoff national champion of 2017 and 2020, Mac Jones found love during his college days. Here, let’s have an insight into his love life, family, education and earnings.
Married Or Dating?
Quarterback player Mac Jone is not married but is in a relationship with his girlfriend Sophie Scott. The duo first met at the University of Alabama where Sophie studied Kinesiology and Execersice Science.
Sophie has worked as a sports medicine intern at the University of Alabama and as of now, she works part-time at the University Orthopedic Clinic & Spine Center.
The duo began dating in September 2019 and on their first anniversary Sophie posted their pictures together on her Instagram captioning “One year with you ❤️”. Sophie is also an Instagram influencer and she has around 62.2k followers on her Instagram as of December 2021.
The adorable duo is often seen happily flaunting their snaps on social media. Together for almost 3 years now Mac and his girlfriend Sophie has not revealed any plans of getting married or about their wedding. However, Mac considers his lady love Sophie to be the supportive partner and they both are embracing the presence of each other.
Furthermore, Sophie also helped her boyfriend Mac learn the Patriots playbook during the preseason.
Salary & Net Worth
Mac Jones decided to forgo his senior year as and enter in 2021 NFL Draft and he was projected to be taken in the first round by top quarterback prospects. Mac was drafted by the New England Patriots 15th overall in the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft. On 6th July 2021, Mac then signed a 4-year rookie contract with the New England Patriots which included an average annual salary of $3,896,588 and his base salary of 2021 is $660k.
Furthermore, as Mac earns a generous sum of salary his net worth is speculated to be around $10 million.
Bio: Family & Siblings
Mac Jones was born Michael McCorkle Jones on 5th September 1998 in Jacksonville, Florida to parents Gordon Pritchett Jones and Holly Jane Jones. His dad Gordon is a former tennis player who played at Florida State University and Flager College where he even was inducted into the Flager Athletics Hall of Fame in 2004 whereas his mom Holly is said to have attended Mercer University.
As of now, his parents Gordon and Holly are attorneys and partners at Jones & McCorkle law firm of Jacksonville, Florida.
Mac has 2 older siblings and both are athletes. He has an elder brother named Will Jones who played soccer for Mercer University and an elder sister named Sarah Jane Jones who did an MBA from the University of Alabama and played tennis at the College of Charleston.
Many people wonder why is Mac’s middle name McCorkle, in his full name Michael McCorkle Jones. Well, Mac’s middle name McCorkle is derived from his mother’s maiden name as her side of the family didn’t have a boy to carry on the name. Although his parents always intended to him, Michael McCorkle Jones, however, they prefer to call him by his nickname Mac (shorten version of his middle name) as it is more conversational.
Moreover, Mac Jones stands tall at the height of about 6ft 3in (1.91m) and he weighs around 217 lbs (98 kg).
Mac Jones attended The Bolles School of Jacksonville, Florida where he played high school football.
After completing his high school, for his college Mac initially became committed to the University of Kentucky but he later accepted the scholarship offer from the University of Alabama. Mac gained a bachelor’s degree in communication during his sophomore year in 2019 with a 4.00 GPA and later he earned a master’s degree in sports hospitality.
During his college career, Mac recorded his name in the Alabama record book in the 2018 season with a 94-yard touchdown pass which is the second-longest in the school history. During his 2020-21 school year, Mac received Academic All-American of the Year honors from the College Sports Information Directors of American in both Division I football and all Division I sports.