USMNT defender DeJuan Jones plays his club football for the New England Revolution.
DeJuan Jones joined New England through the SuperDraft for the 2019 season where he quickly became a regular in the squad. By 2021, he was playing 30 games a season for a team that set the regular season points record. After another season where he was a crucial part of the Revolution defense, Jones got the call for January camp in 2023. He would be part of the USA’s Gold Cup roster that summer.
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Started against Slovenia on Jan 20.
Debuted as a sub for the USMNT on Jan 26 against Serbia and subbed on against Colombia on Jan 29. Named to the Gold Cup squad, started against Trinidad and Tobago on Jul 2, Canada on Jul 9, and Panama on Jul 12. Subbed on against Oman on Sep 12.
Made 25 appearances as New England finished 5th and exited the playoffs in the first round.
Made 31 appearances as New England finished 10th.
Made 31 appearances as New England broke the regular-season points record and won the Supporters' Shield. Exited the playoffs in the conference semifinals.
Made 18 appearances as New England reached the round of 16 in MLS is Back, eventually finishing 8th in the East and advancing to the conference final.
New England took Jones with the 11th pick in the SuperDraft and he played in 20 games in his rookie season. The Revolution finished 7th in the East and exited the playoffs in the first round.
Youth and College
Played high school soccer in East Lansing and then spent four years at Michigan State where he was second-team Big Ten in his junior and senior years.