The Detroit Lions and Indianapolis Colts traded five picks in the 2020 NFL Draft, including the 75th pick which landed Detroit former Ohio State guard Jonah Jackson.

The Colts also traded pick 197, while the Lions sent the 85th, 149th and 182nd picks in the said draft.

Jackson joins fellow Lions draftees Jeff Okudah (No. 3), D'Andre Swift (No. 35) and Julian Okwara (No. 67).

Prior to last season, Jackson transferred from Rutgers and enjoyed a great season for the Buckeyes in 2019, paving the way for stars like J.K. Dobbins and Justin Fields.

NFL Analyst Lance Zierlein had a fifth or sixth-round grade on the Ohio State offensive lineman, but it's clear the Lions are confident in him and want to commit to protecting franchise quarterback Matthew Stafford (as well as creating holes for running backs Kerryon Johnson and Swift).

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Last season, Detroit ranked in the bottom half of the league in most rushing statistics while giving up 93 QB hits and 43 sacks to opponents. The team will also be without two of their offensive line starters from last season in OT Rick Wagner and OG Graham Glasgow.

As for Indianapolis, the team traded up in round two to draft Wisconsin star Jonathan Taylor. Along with Taylor, the Colts drafted USC wideout Michael Pittman Jr.

Indianapolis now has six more picks in the NFL draft, including two picks in the sixth round (No. 182 and No. 193).