The Oregon Ducks played host to a packed pro day on Thursday, but the 27 NFL team representatives showing themselves at the workouts may not have seen all they would've liked.
Hybrid defensive end and/or linebacker Dion Jordan missed pro day due to recent shoulder surgery, according to a report from Gil Brandt of the NFL.com on Thursday. He may be the most sought-after Oregon player heading into April's draft, so it's unclear whether or not his draft stock will be hurt or affected from his absence.
Jordan is SB Nation's second-best outside linebacker in Dan Kadar's rankings.
Elsewhere, the Ducks were well-represented by linebacker Kiko Alonso and running back Kenyon Barner, who both impressed in their workouts according to Brandt's pro day report. Kyle Long, an offensive guard, also made a solid impression.