Ohio State Overview: Keandre Jones spent three full seasons with the Ohio State program and played in a total of 33 games … he elected to transfer from Ohio State during the 2019 winter semester and will have one year of eligibility … he played in all 14 games in both 2017 and 2018 when the Buckeyes won back-to-back Big Ten Conference championships … he was also a part of bowl game victories those years, respectively, over No. 8 USC in the Cotton Bowl and over No. 9 Washington in the Rose Bowl … he was a two-time Varsity O letterwinner … Jones finished his career with 29 total tackles, including 10 stops in 2018 … he also had 1.5 tackles-for-loss, a quarterback sack, one pass break-up and a blocked punt, leading to a safety, in the 2018 victory over No. 15 TCU … he totaled 15 tackles in 2017 and he played in five games during the 2016 season as a true freshman … he was majoring in communications.
More on Keandre: Two-time all-Maryland and Washington Post all-metro team member Keandre Jones was a 5-star prospect according to Rivals with ESPN, Scout and 247Sports all rating him a 4-star prospect … he was a Top 10 outside linebacker recruit nationally with ESPN ranking him No. 3, Rivals No. 6 and 247Sports No. 8 … he was also considered among the Top 30 players in the nation overall by both ESPN (No. 28 overall on the ESPN 300) and Rivals (No. 30 on the Rivals 100) … a member of the Prepstar Dream Team … Jones helped coach Bob Milloy and his Good Counsel team to a 7-4 season in 2015 by recording 119 tackles, four quarterback sacks and two interceptions – both returned for touchdowns – and repeated as a consensus all-state pick … totaled 77 tackles as a junior with nine sacks for a 10-2 team that was runner-up in the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference … named to the USA Today all-Maryland football team and an Under Armour All-American after senior season … is the son of Lauren Middleton.