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Name: Logan Jones 
College: Iowa     Number: 65
Height: 6-3   Weight: 290
Position: C  Pos2: DT/OG
Class/Draft Year: rJr/2025

40 Low: 4.85
   40 Time: 4.96
  40 High: 5.05

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Height: 6026
Weight: 290

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 Logan Jones, Iowa, Player News

  07/28/22 - C Logan JonesrJr/2025, Iowa, 6-3, 290 (DS#13 C) + More +

  One of the biggest questions entering 2022 was who would replace Tyler Linderbaum. There's a new No. 65 for the Hawkeyes, sophomore Logan Jones, who will get the first chance at the duty. And he shares many similarities to the 2022 first round NFL draft pick. "He has so many good gifts as far as athletic ability and twitch and tenacity," Iowa offensive line coach George Barnett said of Jones in the spring. "We have to make sure we don't overburden him with, 'Hey, you've got to learn this today.' He's got to continue to play off rhythm and feel. "He knows what he's doing, and he puts his body in really good situations." Jones, like Linderbaum, was a high-level defensive line recruit but an injury last season kept him from playing. Iowa will have a deep defensive line group this season, which is in part a reason for the move.

The two have similar builds as well. Linderbaum was listed last year at 6-foot-3, 290 pounds and Jones measures in at 6-3, 283 pounds. They also both showed record-setting strength. Linderbaum set the squat record at center (590 pounds) in 2019. Jones set two weightlifting records at defensive tackle last spring: squat (630 pounds) and hang clean (435 pounds). Jones' move appeared successful in spring, he was the No. 1 center during Iowa's final spring practice, but noted afterwards how much more progression is needed. "It took me awhile to sort through everything," Jones said. "The steps, the snaps, snap count, the plays and everything else. The other linemen and coach Barnett are helping me out a lot." - Iowa City Press-Citizen

(DS#13 C) rJr/2025 C Logan JonesIowa
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