10 Dec, 12:23
Ireland's John Lacey will referee his first ever RBS 6 Nations match in February, while Alain Rolland is also included in the Elite Panel in what is his last season.
The 23-year-old came off the bench to score a debut try, the last of England's seven, in the reigning Six Nations champions 50-9 rout of Italy in Rome last weekend.
The 6ft 6in (1.98m), 15st (100kg) forward is the only change to the team and represents the future of English rugby as Woodward sets about rejuvenating his side by discarding the 35-year-old Neil Back who won his 66th cap in last November's World Cup final.
Woodward said Jones had everything a flanker required to make it at Test level. "The guys up in Sale have done a great job with him and he is kind of unique, as he has got this incredible pace and yet he is 6ft 6in," said the England coach.
"He is a very special talent whom you can't compare with any other player. Until you step up and are given your chance you never know but he took his ten minutes against Italy and now starts on merit," added Woodward.
The player himself was delighted with his elevation, "The last week or so has been fantastic - a dream come true - and there's been lots of hard work and things to learn," he said.
To get to start is just amazing, I hadn't looked too far further than being on the bench, but this is just marvellous.
"There are a lot of people and coaches at Sale who have helped give me this chance and I've got to take it. You've got to perform every time and you can't just sit back. But being involved with England is a fantastic way to improve my game and it's very good when these people give you tips and pull you to one side to give you a pat on the back."
Good news for Woodward is that injury doubts, captain Lawrence Dallaglio, inside centre Jason Robinson and scrum-half Andy Gomarsall have all reported fit.
Woodward has already been hit by the loss of fly-halves Jonny Wilkinson and Charlie Hodgson while Lewis Moody, Mike Tindall, Stuart Abbott and Julian White are also sidelined.
Steve Borthwick was ruled out of Saturday's Calcutta Cup clash after receiving a two match ban in a recent match for his club Bath against Wasps. Borthwick appeared to knee Wasps' number 8 and England captain Dallaglio in the head at a ruck.
Scotland lost their opening match 23-10 against Wales on Saturday, their first game under new Australian coach Matt Williams.
Statistics and current form point to a big England victory - they have won 13 of their last 14 Tests against Scotland. The odd one out was the 19-13 Calcutta Cup defeat at Murrayfield in 2000 which denied them the Grand Slam.
England: Iain Balshaw (Bath), Josh Lewsey (London Wasps), Will Greenwood (Harlequins) Jason Robinson (Sale Sharks), Ben Cohen (Northampton Saints), Paul Grayson (Northampton Saints), Andy Gomarsall (Gloucester), Lawrence Dallaglio (London Wasps, capt, Richard Hill (Saracens), Chris Jones (Sale Sharks), Ben Kay (Leicester Tigers), Danny Grewcock (Bath), Phil Vickery (Gloucester), Steve Thompson (Northampton Saints), Trevor Woodman (Gloucester) Replacements: Mark Regan (Leeds Tykes), Jason Leonard (Harlequins), Simon Shaw (London Wasps), Alex Sanderson (Sale Sharks), Matt Dawson (Northampton Saints), Ollie Barkley (Bath), Henry Paul (Gloucester)