Sidney Jones carted off with apparent leg injury at Washington pro day

Sidney Jones

Sidney Jones

Jones had his left leg elevated as the cart left the facility.

Washington cornerback Sidney Jones is carted out of the Dempsey.

Washington cornerback Sidney Jones, who was expected to be a first-round National Football League draft pick next month, left the Huskies' pro day on a cart after injuring his left leg.

Daniel Jeremiah, draft expert for the NFL Network, is reporting that he has received numerous texts from scouts in attendance that Jones has suffered a "significant" lower leg injury. It also doesn't hurt that he comes from a Washington program that has turned first-round picks into star corners such as Desmond Trufant and Marcus Peters.

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He was helped to his feet by fellow defensive back Budda Baker and to the sideline by Washington head coach Chris Petersen. "The last drill. The last thing you've got to do, and that happens".

With an injury so close to the Draft (approximately a month away) Jones could fall as far as the fourth or fifth round depending on the severity of his injury.

His injury reportedly came on the last drill of the day.