Ohio State offensive line commit Marcelys Jones had a busy weekend, but it was a successful one.
He attended a camp in Pittsburgh which is part of the Rivals Camp Series. Joined by fellow Buckeye commits Parris Campbell and Kyle Berger, along with Michigan commit Michael Ferns, it was Jones who took home the top award after being named the offensive line MVP.
2014 3-star OT and #OhioState commit Marcelys Jones was named OL MVP at #RivalsCamp in Pittsburgh –… instagram.com/p/YqLo_dDE22/— Rivals Camp Series (@RivalsCamp) April 28, 2013
At 6’5″, 325 pounds, there’s no doubt that Marcelys is a physically gifted player. He’s the type of lineman who you love to have on your team, a player who is smart and plays with a mean streak.
Playing tackle at Glenville High School in Cleveland, a traditional pipeline for Ohio State, there isn’t a set position for when he arrives in Columbus next season. Though his mechanics still need…
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