Ohio State's domination of the 2016 NFL Draft continues. This time around, it's a former signal-caller who will be attempting to make his mark in the league. Cardale Jones, who led the Buckeyes to a Big Ten title and two College Football Playoff game wins in 2014-2015, is headed to Buffalo.
Jones, who many consider a project because of his up-and-down career at OSU, was taken as the final pick in the fourth round. He's the 12th Ohio State player drafted this year. That's a lot.
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Jones has a huge arm, but he'll need to work on his accuracy and understanding of the game. We'll see if he can find success at the next level.