Ellis T. Jones III

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The face of a Fulmer Cup legend.

Former San Jose State football player that used Craigslist to lure people into meeting him and getting robbed.

Jones was charged with 13 felony counts including five counts of robbery, four counts of assault for using a taser gun on some of his victims, and one count of kidnapping when he locked a victim in the trunk of a car. He faced up to life in prison with the possibility of parole, but was convicted of only five robberies. He is currently serving a five-year prison sentence. Oh shit! He's out of prison! Don't buy anything on San Jose's Craigslist!

Mr. Jones racked up an unbelievable THIRTY-ONE points by himself in the 2006 Fulmer Cup, which was then awarded to him personally and not San Jose State. It was the least they could do. From then on, the Ellis T Jones rule is applied to the Fulmer Cup race so that no team can win the award solely based on the accomplishments of one player.