The results are in! Four Oregon Ducks competed among the nation's elite at the NFL Scouting Combine held in Indianapolis, Indiana inside Lucas Oil Stadium from February 26 to March 4, 2019. The high-pressure situation was a major opportunity for each to raise their draft stock. Two Ducks' (Dillon Mitchell and Justin Hollins) combine performance launched them into the CBS' top 100 prospects. Here is how all the potential ProDucks performed:
DILLON MITCHELL (WR)
Dillon Mitchell proved his extremely quick ability to accelerate and stretch the field, which will likely raise his draft stock. Mitchell showcased his speed in the 40-yard dash, timing in at 4.46 seconds, the 14th fastest out of 47 receivers who ran on Saturday.
Coming off of one of the best seasons a Duck has ever had, Mitchell also showed off his explosion in the jumping drills. He recorded a 10-feet-2-inch board jump and 36.5-inch vertical jump, which ranked 18th and 20th respectively, among the 42 receivers who jumped.
He did not participate in the three-cone drill, recorded 12 bench press reps and a 4.29 second 20-yard shuttle.
Height: 6-1 2/8, Weight: 197, Hand (right): 8 1/8, Hand (left): 9, Arm: 31 4/8, Wingspan: 74 3/8
Dillon Mitchell 40 - 2019 NFL Combine
That 4.4 speed. Big time 40 time for Dillon Mitchell today at the NFL Combine. #GoDucksPosted by Oregon Football on Saturday, March 2, 2019
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JALEN JELKS (DL)
Jalen Jelks, a versatile chess piece that lined up all over Oregon’s defensive front, showed that he has the length most GMs dream about. His wingspan measured in at 83 inches.
Reportedly, the former Duck was an engaging interviewee at the combine, confirming the Denver Broncos were one team he met with.
Jelks ran the 40-yard dash in 4.92 seconds, 18th among edge players and 25th among 49 players when including defensive linemen.
His three-cone drill was a highlight, as Jelks' 7.22 seconds ranked 10th among edge players and 14th among 48 players when including defensive linemen.
Jelks recorded a 32.5-inch vertical jump, 9-feet-8-inch broad jump, and 19 bench press reps.
Height: 6-5 3/8 inches, weight: 256 lbs, Hand: 9 5/8 inches, Arm: 34 5/8 inches, Wingspan: 83 inches
Jelks - 2019 NFL Combine - Clip 1
Eyes up. Way to work, Jalen! #GoDucks || #NFLCombinePosted by Oregon Football on Sunday, March 3, 2019
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JUSTIN HOLLINS (OLB)
After earning MVP honors and opening eyes at the East-West Shrine Game, Hollins' strong combine added more momentum to a raising draft stock. Hollins had one of the best workouts amond edge rushers. ran the 40-yard dash in 4.50 seconds, 2nd of the 19 edge players to run at the Combine.
He posted good scores in the broad (9-feet-11-inches) and vertical jumps (36.5 inches) and his 25 bench reps were tied for sixth among edge rushers and linebackers.
Hollins showed off his smooth athleticism in the three-cone drill; 7.06 seconds, 7th among 16 edge players to run and 13th among 31 players when including linebackers.
Height: 6-5 2/8 inches, Weight: 248 lbs, Hand: 10 3/8 inches, Arm: 33 3/8 inches, Wingspan: 79 4/8 inches
This man can move. Justin Hollins is having a day at the #NFLCombine.Posted by Oregon Football on Sunday, March 3, 2019
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UGO AMADI (DB)
There are few positions where the 40-yard dash is as important as in the secondary, and Ugo Amadi recorded a solid 4.52 seconds. The 5-foot-10, 197-pound safety's quickness is a huge strength to prove he can stay stride for stride on vertical routes.
The Lombardi Trophy winner's wingspan measured 77-1/8-inches, which opened eyes considering his height. His bench press also impressed, Amadi finished with 18 reps, tying for seventh out of 21 safeties and eighth out of 51 players including corners and all other defensive backs to lift at the Combine.
Height: 5-9 3/8 inches, Weight: 199 lbs, Hand: 9 4/8 inches, Arm: 31 6/8 inches, Wingspan: 77 1/8 inches
Ugo making the high point drill look easy. Smooth. #GoDucks || #NFLCombinePosted by Oregon Football on Monday, March 4, 2019
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The next step? Oregon’s Pro Day on March 14.