2018 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about JAMARCO JONES: Ohio State, 6040 299 5.47. Two-year starter in the Buckeye spread offense. From Chicago, IL. Took over the starting reins at left tackle when Taylor Decker left for the NFL. Evolved into a second-team All-Big 10 performer in 2016 and earned first-team honors last fall. Has some of the most impressive tape among the tackles in this class. Does two things exceptionally well. He gets out of his stance with proper footwork and spacing in addition to proper hand placement. Upon contact, he can knock a defender’s helmet back and get movement off the line. A powerful straight ahead run blocker who can stick to his man. Handles both speed and power by himself, rarely was he given help as a pass protector. Plays with his head on a swivel. Will peel around and pick off a linebacker in the run game. Effective on the second level. Plays square up the field. Can wall off a penetrating defensive tackle. Locks up a defensive end and is powerful on down blocks. In pass pro he can redirect and shift his weight quickly to defeat an opponent. Good use of hands and knee bend in pass protection. As good as he plays and athletic as Jones appears, you can look at a variety of other tapes and he doesn’t look like the same guy. He can look like a late first round talent or a late third round guy. He may be able to play at tackle with those long arms, but feel better inside at guard. Looks athletic but he scored just above Orlando Brown on the offensive line athletic Combine rankings. He may only be a backup with stop gap starter potential. OSR:37/ 38. Second/third round. (A-35 1/8, H-9 1/2, BP-DNP, 10-1.95).