Georgia OLB Jarvis Jones' spinal injury, specifically, is a narrowing of his spine between the C4 and C5 vertebrae.
Jones received clearance from "a couple spine specialists" after a stinger injury led to his stenosis diagnosis at USC. Trojans doctors wouldn't clear him to play, but he got that from Georgia and "practiced every day, never had any symptoms." Jones played in 26-of-28 games the past two seasons. Draft insider Tony Pauline reported Saturday that Jones remains privately "resigned" to a Da'Quan Bowers-like draft-day plunge as "multiple teams" have removed him from their boards.