Former Ohio State and current Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Cardale Jones has already dipped his toe into the community service pool, opening up the Plus Two University training center in Columbus. In order to christen his new facility, Jones will be hosting a celebrity softball game featuring Ohio State legends from the past.
Cardale Jones recently opened up a new training facility in Columbus, Plus Two University, and is preparing to host his first celebrity softball game at Ohio State on Saturday. https://t.co/E9u59dudnc— Eleven Warriors (@11W) July 12, 2019
"Our target audience isn’t the freak athletes," Jones said. "Our target audience is pretty much the kids that’s struggling maybe with bullying or struggling with confidence."
The QB's charity game will take place this saturday at Ohio State's softball field, and will feature teams captained by Jones himself as well as fellow former Buckeye star and New Orleans Saints quarterback JT Barrett.
Teams will include former OSU standouts James Laurinaitis, Boom Herron, and Beanie Wells.
Looking forward to my Charity Softball Game July 13th @ Buckeye Field. Special thanks to @SRE_Group & all of the great sponsors for help making this happen and contributing to a great cause! #GoBucks #BeatCancer pic.twitter.com/PbtWJA4mCv— Cardale Jones (@Cardale7_) July 2, 2019
For Ohio State to a national championship and his effort to give back to the community, Jones has solidified himself as Buckeye royalty. And his star will only keep on shining.