GREENE'S THOUGHTS ON JONES: Linebacker depth is totally unproven at Ohio State beyond Raekwon McMillan, who's only staying one more year at Ohio State, so Keandre Jones could see himself on the field next season in some capacity. Jones should follow nicely in the footsteps of Ryan Shazier and Darron Lee, because he's that type of player. He will probably battle guys like Dante Booker, Justin Hilliard and Chris Worley for playing time next season, and at least should be able to contribute on special teams for the Buckeyes. This is a run-and-hit linebacker, and that type of player is always a desired commodity.
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