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Assessing Jackson Powers-Johnson’s performance at the 2024 NFL Combine

The NFL Combine came to a close on Sunday afternoon with the offensive linemen and special teams players taking the stage.

Jackson Powers-Johnson was the main attraction for the Oregon Ducks, and he impressed on the field with a mix of his jumping numbers, and the fluidity with which he moved during the drills.

Currently, Powers-Johnson is graded as a mid-to-late-first-round pick. With his performance in the drills on Sunday, JPJ certainly established himself as a first-rounder, and likely one of the top interior offensive linemen off of the board.

Below is an in-depth look at Powers-Johnson’s 2024 Combine performance.

Measurables

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Height: 6’3″

Weight: 328 pounds

Hand Size: 9 7/8″

Arm Length: 32 1/4″

40-Yard Dash

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Jackson Powers-Johnson chose not to run the 40-yard dash. He has been dealing with a hamstring injury over the past couple of months, so this wasn’t a major surprise. We will see if he ends up running at the Oregon Pro Day next week.

Vertical Jump

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Official Measurement: 32″

Rank at Position: 15th of 53 Players

The vertical was impressive for Jackson Powers-Johnson, ranking 15th of more than 50 players who attempted it. That is more impressive when you consider that JPJ weighed in at 328 pounds, which is among the most among interior offensive linemen.

Broad Jump

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Official Measurement: 8’8″

Rank at Position: 38th of 49 Players

The broad jump wasn’t quite as impressive for Powers-Johnson, where he was among the bottom half of offensive linemen to attempt it.

Overall Combine Grade

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NFL Combine Grade: 6.16 (out of 8.0)

According to NFL.com, Dorlus has traits to be an above-average backup in the NFL, with a chance to rise to the level of starter.  Some of his strengths were listed as follows:

Story originally appeared on Ducks Wire