Football: Demetrius Knox signs with San antonio Seahawks as undrafted free agent

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Ohio Condition redshirt senior offensive lineman Demetrius Knox (78) bakes an “H” because he is removed the area within the other hal

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Ohio Condition redshirt senior offensive lineman Demetrius Knox (78) bakes an &#8220H&#8221 because he is removed the area within the other half from the game against Michigan on November. 24. Ohio Condition won 62-39. Credit: Casey Cascaldo Photo Editor Software Kit

Former Ohio Condition offensive lineman Demetrius Knox signed using the San antonio Seahawks being an undrafted free agent Saturday evening.

Fortunate to state I’m a Seahawk!

– Demetrius Knox (@Meech_Dream14) April 27, 2019

Following Malcolm Pridgeon, Knox may be the second of Ohio State’s 2018 beginning pads to sign by having an National football league team following a draft.

Former Ohio Condition guard-switched center Jordan was drafted because the No. 136 pick through the Cincinnati Bengals within the 4th round from the draft.

Knox began 12 games in the right guard position for Ohio Condition before getting his senior season cut short having a feet injuries endured throughout a 62-39 win against Michigan in the final game at Ohio Stadium.

Regardless of the injuries keeping him from Ohio State’s victories in the Big Ten Championship and Rose Bowl, Knox still participated in the Buckeye Pro Day in March.

Knox won a beginning position around the Buckeye front line red carpet games like a backup in 2017, and would will continue to start 20 straight games before his injuries.

His 2018 campaign earned the Fort Worth, Texas native third-team All-Big Ten honors.

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