Jones leaped 12 feet, 3 inches, the longest in combine history and also thought to be a new world record.
"I was very surprised," Jones said on Tuesday's "Rich Eisen Show," although he acknowledged, "I've always been able to jump pretty well."
Jones said that while he did uncork a jump of 11 feet, 7 inches during training, he was expecting something in the 11-3 or 11-4 range.
But according to a tweet by NFL Media senior analyst Gil Brandt, Jones' record jump didn't necessarily surprise his agent.
Jones -- who was No. 50 in NFL Media analyst Daniel Jeremiah's listing of the top prospects before the combine -- said he met with "pretty much all 32 teams" either formally or informally. He said all the questions were straight-forward and football related, and that there were no off-beat questions. He said he thought that was because he had no character issues while at UConn.
Jones also got off a nice line about Eisen's annual 40-yard dash. Jones said he always watched: "Every year, I'm laughing my ass off."