Christion Jones had himself a good year for Alabama, catching 36 passes for 349 yards and two touchdowns. But it is what he can do on special teams that puts him in the top 50.
Although he was a contributor in 2012 for the Crimson Tide, his special teams abilities put him on the NCAA map, especially after what he did against Virginia Tech in the season opener. Jones returned a punt and a kickoff for touchdowns, while also garnering a receiving touchdown in the game. Over the course of the year, he averaged 14.0 yards per punt return, taking two back to the house, while averaging 28.7 yards per kick return, which ranked seventh in the country.
Jones has the ability to change the game on both offense and special teams, making him an easy choice for the top 50.