Former Oregon Duck Jevon Holland is officially a pro.
The safety out of Coquitlam, Canada was selected by the Miami Dolphins with the No. 36 overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.
Of course, media, former teammates, coaches and Duck fans sent their well-wishes and support to the newest member of the Dolphins.
Miami is getting a bonafide playmaker in Holland, who largely played nickel at Oregon as a sophomore and was graded as the best nickel cornerback in the country by PFF his sophomore season.
In two seasons as an Oregon starter, Holland amassed nine interceptions (one pick-six) to go with 108 tackles (71 solo), and 10 passes defended. As a sophomore, he was a PFF All-Pac-12 first-team selection.
Now, Holland has the opportunity to take the Dolphins to the next level in 2021.