2019 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about DRE'MONT JONES: Ohio State, 6026 281 5.15. Junior entry and three year starter from Cleveland, OH. After a couple years of promising flashes, Jones broke out in 2018 with a first-team All Big 10 performance that included 8.5 sacks and 13 tackles for loss. The standout athlete can be moved around the defensive line. His size and athleticism can cause match-up problems for any blocker depending on the situation. Has some work to do on his strength/power game, but the tools and skill sets are there. If he continues to stay on his current trajectory as a versatile inside defender, Jones has the upside of a Pro-Bowl caliber player. Long, athletic, twitchy frame that carries weight with ease. Won’t have any issues adding needed weight while maintaining his athletic prowess. A swift, easy mover who can play the game on ice skates. Has the foot speed to gain the initial advantage and the agility to adjust late. An easy bender who can add some power to his contact with blockers. Versatile pass rusher who can do anything he wants movement-wise. Savvy and slippery. Smart player that can diagnose and gravitate towards the action. Finishes with late, next-gear burst and wrap up tackling. Will pursue the action and catch ball carriers downfield. Less-than-desired girth on his frame. Objective number one will need to be weight and strength gain. Gets drilled back by the double team, struggles to anchor. Less effective when he doesn’t have space to work with. Needs to be more consistent with his initial hand-work. Inaccurate and lacks the jolt to blockers. Gets too finesse-dependent. 2018 stats: 43 T, 13 TFL, 8.5 sacks, 2 PBU, 5 QBH, 1 FF, 1 INT (1 TD). Edge speed:left 2.26, right 2.14. OSR:15/ 21. Second/third round. (A-33 3/4, H-9 5/8, BP-DNP, 10-1.78).