Sanders, 24, a Plan B acquisition who says he came to the Rams because they promised him a shot at the starting job, has made the most big hits of the three.
"Up to this point, Glenell looks to be a straight-ahead plugger," Jones said. "If a hole opens up, he's going to burst through it and put his hat on someone."
Sanders has also impressed the Rams with his intelligence. During their May mini-camp, Sanders asked Jones to go over the more than 20 blitz packages in the system, one by one, then watched without taking notes as Jones sped through them. When Jones, expecting Sanders to have missed some or most of his speech, quizzed Sanders on specifics, Sanders answered every question correctly.
"I have that ability," Sanders said. "That's no problem. Just like Chicago, same system they've got here, I learned it in a week. I've never had a problem picking it up or learning.
"I don't limit myself. Only thing that's bad about me, some people say, I'm not tall enough. That's it. That's about the only thing people say I'm lacking."