My plan is to take a cat 5 cable and put a modular end on each pair and plug it into the four locations on the patch panel which would make the center two pins live. The other end I would terminate on a 110 block using a C4 wafer. I would take a piece of cross connect and bridge each pair on the C4 and connect to a pair on the copper feed.
On the copper feed side I having a hard time deciding whether to use 66 blocks and bridging clips or just terminate it on 110. I'm leaning towards using a 66 block and a bridging clip as everything would be prewired and should not have to be tampered with. If it was a cable installation, I would expect the cable tech to use a y adapter (or direct connection) from the modem plugged into the phone jack in the room. This should provide dial tone to all jacks. The bridging clip in the closet would be removed to isolate the copper feed and prevent messing with the cross connect. Hopefully I did not miss anything and it can be easily visualized.
Thanks for your time.