Record-setting kicker re-writing school record books... Two-time All-Big 12 honoree... All-time Baylor scoring leader among all positions as well as kickers... Owns or shares 16 school records, including eight career marks: points scored (kickers and overall, 327), field goals made (tied, 45), PATs made (192), consecutive PATs made (107) and most 50-plus yard field goals made (three, tied) entering 2013 season... Also holds season records for points (119, 2012), field goals made (19, 2010) and PATs made (75, 2011)... Career PAT percentage of .980 (192-196) ranks fifth all-time at BU... Veteran, and former walk-on, with 39 career games played (tied for second-most on squad) entering 2013 season... Honorable mention All-Big 12 selection in 2010 and 2012... Freshman All-American and 2010 Lou Groza semifinalist... Has made nine career field goals on final play of first half... Former walk-on... Nickname is "Stork."... Graduated in August 2013 with degree in earth science.
2012 (Junior): Starting placekicker in all 13 games as junior... Earned All-Big 12 honorable mention by league coaches... Set, extended or tied 12 school records in 2012... Perfect 71 of 71 on PATs for season... Made 16 of 27 field goals on season (59.3 percent)... Kicked off 95 times with average of 58.7 yards and 39 touchbacks (41 percent TBs)... Ranked third in Big 12 and 22nd nationally with 9.2 points-per-game... Tied single-game records for PATs and attempts with 9-for-9 performance at No. 9 West Virginia... Set or tied four single-season records: points scored, kicking (119), consecutive PAT kicks made (71), field goals attempted (27, tied) and PAT percentage (100.0, tied)... Named to spring 2013 Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll... Hit all eight kicks (7-7 PATs, 1-1 FGs) including 44-yard field goal in season-opening win over SMU... Scored 12 points (6 PATs, two FGs) in win over Sam Houston State in second game... Perfect 7-for-7 (5-5 PATs, 2-2 FGs) for 11 points in win at ULM in third game... Hit all nine PATs in record day at No. 9 West Virginia in fourth game... Scored career-high 14 points on perfect 8-for-8 (5-5 PATs, 3-3 FGs) kicking performance, including 44-yard field goal, at Texas in sixth game... 11 points on five PATs and two field goals in win over Kansas in eighth game... Hit career-long 58-yard field goal (part of 2-2 FGs, 2-2 PATs) at No. 14 Oklahoma in ninth game (third-longest kick in BU history)... 58-yarder ranks as third-longest FG in school history... Scored 10 points and kicked 50-yard field goal in historic upset of No. 1 Kansas State in 10th game (perfect 7-7 PATs, 1-1 FGs)... 7-for-7 PATs and one field goal in 10-point performance in win over Texas Tech in 11th game... 11 points (5-5 PATs, 2-4 FGs) in win over No. 24 Oklahoma State in 12th game... Perfect 7-for-7 on PATs with no field goal attempts in Holiday Bowl win over No. 17 UCLA.
2011 (Sophomore): Starting placekicker in all 13 games... Established seven new school kicking records in 2011... Connected on 10 of 17 field goals and 75 of 78 PATs on season... Kicked off 50 times with average of 65.0 yards and 10 touchbacks... Ranked fourth in Big 12 and 19th nationally among kickers with 8.1 points per game... Set Baylor single-season record with 75 PATs made and 78 PATs attempted... Broke own previous record with 105 total points (kicking) scored... Broke school single-game records for PATs made and attempted going 9-9 in win over Texas Tech... Started season 4-for-10 on FG attempts, but finished 6-for-7 in final five games... Finished season with streak of 36-straight made PATs (over final six games)... Earned Big 12 Co-Special Teams Player of the Week honors (Sept. 6) after hitting game-winning 37-yard field goal to defeat No. 14 TCU, 50-48, in season-opener... Had season-long 48-yard field goal in win over Stephen F. Austin in second game... Scored 12 points on 9-for-9 PATs and 1-of-2 field goals in win over Texas Tech in 11th game... Totaled 12 points with field goals of 22 and 40, along with a perfect 6-6 on PATs in win over Texas... Was 2-for-2, including 40-yard field goal, in game 12 win over Texas... Scored 11 points and was perfect 9-for-9 (1-1 FGs, 8-8 PATs) in Valero Alamo Bowl win over Washington... Named preseason All-Big 12 by Phil Steele... Awarded scholarship prior to sophomore season.
2010 (Redshirt Freshman): Starting placekicker in every game, earned All-Big 12 and Big 12 All-Freshman honors following record-setting first season of competition... Walk-on won starting job in fall and kicked all field goals and extra points... Earned first collegiate letter... Semifinalist for Lou Groza Award... Named honorable mention All-Big 12 (league coaches) and Big 12 All-Freshman (ESPN.com, Rivals.com)... Earned honorable-mention Freshman All-America honors from CollegeFootballNews.com... Garnered second-team Postseason All-Freshman honors from Phil Steele... Broke school's single-season records for field goals made (19), scoring by kickers (103 points), field goals attempted (27), PATs attempted (47) and shared the PATs made record (46)... Averaged 1.46 field goals per game, ranked fourth in Big 12 and tied for 17th nationally... 7.92 points-per-game ranked eighth in Big 12 and 45th nationally... Hit two 50-yard field goals and was 5-for-8 from 40-yards and beyond... Made early impression by hitting field goals in each of first eight games (no attempts in ninth game)... Incredibly, made four field goals on final play of first half during regular season... Hit first 38 extra points attempted on year, finished 46-for-47... Also kicked off four times (in regular season finale), 60.0 average... Had career-high three field goals twice, in win at Rice (3-4) in fourth game and win at Colorado (3-4) in seventh game... Hit career-high seven PATs (7-7) in win over Kansas in fifth game, also kicked career-long 50-yard FG... Matched 50-yarder in win at CU, named Lou Groza Award Star of Week for efforts (2-2 PAT, 3-4 FG).
2009 (True Freshman): Walk-on, sat out first season at Baylor and participated on practice squad, redshirted to retain eligibility.
High School: Two-year letterman at Crowley (Texas) High School under head coach Brad McCone... Two-time All-District 8-4A honoree... First-team All-District 8-4A selection as kicker and punter in 2008, named second-team kicker as junior in 2007... Honorable mention Academic All-State selection in football following 2008 season... Four-year letterman and two-time all-district honoree in soccer at CHS... Scored school-record six goals in game... Finished fourth on Crowley's all-time goals scored chart... Also lettered in track and field.
Personal: Son of David and Pauline Jones... Full name is Aaron Christopher Jones... Born Sept. 8, 1990, in Fort Worth, Texas... Graduated in August 2013 with degree in earth science.