When Dion Jordan arrived at Oregon, he was a tight end. Now, he’s regarded as one of the top prospects in the draft at linebacker/defensive end.
The man who moved his six-six frame over 40 yards in 4.60 seconds last month joined PFT Live on Wednesday to talk about his preparations for the next level.
He said he prefers sacking quarterbacks to catching passes, that his surgically-repaired shoulder is healing well, and that he’d prefer being the first overall pick to a reunion with former Oregon coach Chip Kelly, whose NFL team holds the fourth selection.
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