Jones Picked By Seahawks In 5th Round Of 2018 NFL Draft

By April 28, 2018 (3:16 pm)Football, Ryan McGlade
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Former Ohio State left tackle Jamarco Jones was selected by the Seattle Seahawks in the fifth round (168th overall) of the 2018 NFL draft on Saturday.

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Jones (6-4, 299) played in 50 games during his four years at Ohio State and started 27 straight contests at left tackle as a junior and senior. A two-time All-Big Ten honoree, Jones helped the Buckeyes win the inaugural College Football Playoff national championship in 2014, the 2015 Sugar Bowl, the 2016 Fiesta Bowl, the 2017 Cotton Bowl and two Big Ten Conference championships (2014, 2017). The Chicago native was a part of an offensive line that helped the Buckeyes lead the Big Ten in rushing in both 2016 (245.2 yards per game) and 2017 (243.2 ypg).

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