Cardale Jones goes beserk after being drafted
Few will truly understand the amount of emotion that happens when a collegiate football star is drafted into the National Football League. The amount of pain, sacrifice, and dedication just to get to that point often bring draftees to tears.
However, if there was anybody that got fired up about being drafted, it was former Ohio State Buckeyes quarterback Cardale Jones, who he and his crew just absolutely lose their minds when Jones went in the fourth round (No. 139 overall) to the AFC East's Buffalo Bills.
As soon as Jones' name appeared next to the Bills logo on the ESPN draft day ticker, Jones lets it all out on his tank top undershirt by ripping it in half like he is Hulk Hogan. He then runs down the hallway completely shirtless to see some more of his friends to celebrate his accomplishment of being drafted by the Bills.
Buffalo gains a quarterback that won three increasingly difficult high stakes games in the 2014 Big Ten Championship over the Wisconsin Badgers, the 2014 Sugar Bowl National Semifinal versus the No. 1 seeded Alabama Crimson Tide, and the 2014 College Football Playoff Championship over the No. 2 Oregon Ducks.
Jones has a strong arm that will thrive in cold and windy Buffalo. He has a big frame for a quarterback that could withstand the punishment of playing in a division with premier pass rushers on the Miami Dolphins, the New England Patriots, and the New York Jets.
He'll certainly backup 2015 Pro Bowl starter Tyrod Taylor in 2016, but needless to say, Jones is beyond ecstatic to be playing in the NFL as a member of the 2016 Bills' draft class.
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