Found March 18, 2013 on
DION JORDAN DE/OLB, OREGON
6-6, 248 LBS
If he’s moved to defensive end, he’ll have to get stronger. The guy has great athleticism and body type. His upside is what’s really put him in top 10 consideration. He flashed a few times to me in the Arizona State and Fresno State games, but this puts into question how well he does against top competition. He did just OK against Stanford and USC. He’s shown he has a good rip move. I like the way he uses his hands and with coaching they could be a real asset. Needs to improve his tackling. I saw him make a few good, pretty big hits against Fresno State and Arizona State, but other than those few, he definitely needs to improve in this area. There are plenty of injury concerns. He dropped into coverage very well for a man of 6-6.
I’m no expert by any means, but he’s kind of hard to figure out. His body type and ...
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