2020 NFL Draft: Houston’s Josh Jones demands respect in deep OT class

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In a deep class of offensive tackles in the 2020 NFL Draft, the University of Houston’s Josh Jones is demanding the respect he deserves.

The talent at the offensive tackle position in the 2020 NFL Draft is a rather deep class, including the likes of the recently declared Andrew Thomas, Iowa’s Tristan Wirfs (should he declare), the Alabama duo of Alex Leatherwood and Jedrick Wills, Auburn’s raw but athletic Prince Tega Wanogho, and more. However, when discussing tackles in the 2020 NFL Draft, Houston’s Josh Jones demands not to be forgotten.

Jones has got the juice.

A senior for the Cougars, Jones has been a constant positive light on an otherwise down year for the program, a year where the team’s best quarterback and wide receiver redshirted in order to give themselves the opportunity to run it back in 2020. If you are a fan of a tackle who loves to bury defensive opponents and a guy who gets to the second level with ease, Jones is your guy.

Here we will take a look at the Houston offensive tackle, his strengths and weaknesses, and a potential projection for Jones as he prepares for the 2020 NFL Draft. In a deep tackle class, do not count out Jones to be one of the top-five taken as he has put together great film in 2019.

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