Written by Rob Donaldson, Analyst on May 22, 2015
At the conclusion of last college football season, I along with millions of other football fanatics marveled at what the Ohio State football team was able to accomplish after having lost not just one, but two starting quarterbacks in a single season.
The player who undoubtedly benefitted the most from Ohio State’s championship run, at least in regard to draft status, has to be the 6-5 250 pound redshirt junior quarterback Cardale Jones. Despite the fact that Jones has only started a mere three games in his collegiate football career, before the 2015 NFL draft declaration deadline many evaluators, fans, and media types were left on the edge of their seats awaiting his announcement on whether or not he would choose to turn pro. Once he gave his announcement that he would be returning to school, it inevitably set in motion a narrative that is sure (read more…)