The Ducks and top prospect Dion Jordan begin pro day workouts as the NFL Draft nears.
The Oregon Ducks start their pro day workouts Thursday, March 14, and the focus will probably center on one potential top 10 prospect.
Defensive end Dion Jordan is a member of arguably the draft's most-loaded position group. While his ultimate place in the draft could come down to team needs versus individual skill sets, the competition is still high between defensive linemen looking to impress scouts. Jordan's ranginess and ability to likely play either defensive end or outside linebacker in the NFL seemingly make him a good fit for many defenses today.
In his post-NFL Combine mock draft, SB Nation's Dan Kadar has Jordan going fourth overall to the Philadelphia Eagles, reuniting him with former college coach and new Eagles head coach Chip Kelly.
Among other Ducks participating in pro day workouts include linebacker Kiko Alonso, safety John Boyett, running back Kenjon Barner, offensive guard Kyle Long and punter Jackson Rice.
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