COLUMBUS – The Ohio State Offensive Line brings experience, size and abilities.
The Buckeyes addressed one of the most urgent concerns of the roster on Monday and turned back to the transfer database, this time for Rutgers alumnus Jonah Jackson as a guard who landed right after he arrived on campus. The honorable mention of the All-Big Ten star and a distinguished captain of the Scarlet Knights confirmed the move to Lettermen Row. Jackson will go straight into a competitive match between inner-leagues and possibly appear as a starter for a revised unit that must replace four full-time starters from last season.
Jackson visited Ohio last month as he weighed his next move. And after narrowing his chances in a two-team race against Oklahoma, he moved from the lowest position in the Big Ten East Division to the two-time defenders of the conference.
"Ohio State just felt like the perfect fit," Jackson told Lettermen Row. "I really enjoyed my time there on my short visit there and got very well connected to the players. Besides, the relationship I've established with the coaches is great and I trust the plan they set.
"It's crazy that I had the opportunity. It was a great time, but it's time to get to work. "
Jackson did so impressively for the Scarlet Knights. With all the struggles of the last few years for Rutgers, the offensive was indeed a ray of hope for the program ̵
Jackson brings previous experiences to the program Ohio, and this versatility will be as important as the offensive line trainer Greg Studrawa shuffles his staff and brings together the right group of five people to field the Buckeyes to replace the anchor in the middle After Michael Jordan has declared the NFL Draft and after the right-wing fight Isaiah Prince and the guards Demetrius Knox and Malcolm Pridgeon all increased sales.
The Buckeyes expect Josh Myers To play the key role, the addition of Jackson could do a bit more Offering flexibility and competition as he fights for one of the empty sentries – Wyatt Davis expects to hold the other.
It does not matter How this group eventually gets out of hand, and there's no question that Jonah Jackson's decision to join the group should give Buckeyes a boost.