Round 4: Michael Jordan, guard – Ohio State
It was a little bit of a surprise when Michael Jordan declared for the 2019 NFL Draft since he could have returned to Ohio State for one more season and increased his draft stock, but now he looks to be a mid-round bargain for an offensive-line needy team.
Standing six-foot-seven and weighing 312 pounds, he has the beef and the track record to be an instant starter in the NFL. Factoring in the level of competition he faced in college and NCAA starting experience
With an All-American nod at center in 2018 and two years starting at guard, Jordan would provide versatility on the line and would be a familiar face to put next to center Pat Elflein in the middle of the offensive line since they played together in college for a year.
Currently the 158th best prospect, he will be selected before that mark based on his ability to step in at center if needed. However, he should be on the radar of the Minnesota Vikings with their selection in the fourth (or even third) round.