Chicago Bears 2016-2018 LB - Keandre Jones (Transfer to Maryland)

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  1. jn25code

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    Holy crap R.Shazier clone.
     
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  5. jn25code

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    Jones will get early playing time TITTB,HE IS A BEAUT.
     
  6. Bucknut502

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    According to the interview with Raekwon McMillan
     
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    Anyone else a little concerned that we didn't hear his name much or at all during the spring?
     
  10. AZBuckeye

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    Stacked LB corps until next year ... Wouldn't be surprised if he RS this year.
     
  11. Bucknut502

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    Thought he was a RS Frosh this year?
     
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    If that's the case, it looks like he's gonna be sitting.
     
  13. SanDiegoBuckeye

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    Jones played in 5 games in 2016.
     
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    Thanks...Didn't notice him.
     
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    He played against BG, Rutgers, Maryland, Sparty and Clemson. His only tackle came against Maryland.
     
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    It is a little concerning, it is obvious he has some work to do as I do not think his name has been mentioned as a kid who made a mark this spring........
     
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    Honestly, if we didn't hear his name this spring he could be a transfer candidate. I mean Urban has already said that Baron Browning WILL play this year and Browning didn't even suit up for the Spring Game b/c of his shoulder. The fact that Urban is publicly saying that an early enrollee who didn't even play in the Spring Game will play during the regular season and not mention a 2nd year guy who was a 5-star recruit is the beginning stages of writing on the wall.
     
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    Keandre Jones, Junior, Linebacker
    Another member of Ohio State's 2016 recruiting class, Jones is finally in a position where he can battle for a starting role.

    Jones sat behind Jerome Baker and Chris Worley his first two seasons at Ohio State, and saw limited game action outside of special teams for the Buckeyes, leaving his ability to play outside linebacker at the college level largely unknown to those outside the Woody Hayes Athletic Center.

    With three spots open, Jones will have plenty of opportunities to make a lasting impression with the coaching staff in a game day atmosphere. Due to the nature of the spring game, the linebackers will likely be tested through the air often on Saturday, an area they struggled mightily in last year.

    If Jones can hold his own in the passing game on Saturday, he could solidify his spot as one of Ohio State's starting outside linebackers in 2018.
     

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