Posted February 23, 2013 on profootball.scout.com
PLAYERS: Chip KellyDion Jordan
TEAMS: Oregon Ducks
Chip Kelly moved Dion Jordan early in his career at Oregon from offense to defense. Now Jordan finds himself ascending up the draft charts.
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