@Mr. Bitter The Browns are always damned if they do, damned if they don't. I bet if the Browns took Jack at 32 people (probably including you) would say "LOL the Clowns took someone with horrible knees in the 2nd round what a joke." And it's not gonna change until they start winning. The Browns got their #1 Receiver on the board and 2 1st's and 2 2nd's in next years draft which is a good haul. If the Ravens did this they'd be deemed geniuses.
Not a threat to break down defenders off bounce in iso situations
Creating his own offense
Summary: Jones has several attributes that will translate well to the NBA. He is a relentless rebounder and can stretch defenses with his outside shot. However, he is a bit undersized to be a power forward at the next level, which holds him back a bit. Still, he could be seen as a solid NBA role player and could sneak into the first round.
Player Comparison: Udonis Haslem. Like Jones, Haslem is only 6-8, but has carved out a niche throughout his career as a strong rebounder and solid mid-range shooter. Neither player is going to "wow" you athleticially, but they both just understand how to outwork people and use their strengths to their advantage.