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Spencer Jones biography: 13 things about University of Oklahoma football holder

Spencer Jones is a white man from Tennessee, United States. Here are 13 more things about him:

  1. He was born in Nashville, Tennessee. (a)
  2. He is one of the sons of Stu Jones and Denise Jones, who are both natives of Oklahoma, USA. (b)
  3. He has a brother named Price Jones(b)
  4. He is 6’1″. His registered weight is 197 lbs. (a)
  5. He played football and basketball and ran track in high school. He went to Franklin Road Academy in Nashville where he was the class president for six years. (c)
  6. In 2016, he wrote in a profile that he was teaching a 2-year-old Sunday school and was strongly dedicated to Best Buddies, a program that works with children with Down Syndrome. (c)
  7. He attended Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, USA and played for the university’s football program called the Liberty Flames from 2017 to 2018. (a)
  8. In 2018, he transferred to the University of Oklahoma in Norman, Cleveland County, Oklahoma where Price was also enrolled. He joined the university’s football team called Oklahoma Sooners as a football holder and receiver. (b)
  9. On December 9, 2020, he was placed on scholarship at the University of Oklahoma after being named to the All-Big 12 Academic First Team. He was also the 2020 Holder of the Year. (b)
  10. On February 13, 2021, he had a physical altercation with Walker Brown in the bathroom  of the Logie’s on the Corner bar in Norman. Walker’s brother Braden Brown was also there fighting with University of Oklahoma senior Andrew Magee, who was also on the Oklahoma Sooners roster in 2018. (d)
  11. He was a redshirt senior while Walker was a University of Oklahoma junior when they encountered each other at the Logie’s on the Corner bar in Norman on February 13, 2021. A video of their fight went viral. (d)
  12. After the incident with Brown at a Norman bar on February 13, 2021, his family hired Woodrow “Woody” Glass of Ward and Glass, L.L.P. in Norman as his legal counsel. (b)
  13. On February 16, 2021, Dr. Perry Brooks of Norman performed a four-hour outpatient operation to rebuild his left orbital socket. After the surgery, the doctor said he was “lucky he didn’t lose the eye altogether,” according to Glass. (b)



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