INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – A record-tying seven former Oregon standouts will take part in this week’s 2020 NFL Scouting Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. The seven Oregon participants equal the program’s most, set three other times in 2007, 2012 and 2015.
A program record six offensive players will represent Oregon over the first part of the week, highlighted by Rose Bowl MVP and projected first round QB Justin Herbert. The six offensive players is tied for the fourth most from one program at this year’s event. Oregon is also one of four programs with three or more offensive linemen at the combine.
HOW TO WATCH
The NFL Network and NFL.com are providing live coverage of on-field drills Thursday, February 27 to Sunday, March 1. The coverage will begin at 1 p.m. PT on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and 11 a.m. on Sunday.
OREGON PARTICPANT DETAILS & SCHEDULE
Name On-Field Day Pos. Jersey # Group #
Jacob Breeland Thursday TE TE02 1
Justin Herbert Thursday QB QB07 2
Juwan Johnson Thursday WR WO31 3
Jake Hanson Friday OL OL17 4
Shane Lemieux Friday OL OL28 5
Calvin Throckmorton Friday OL OL48 5
Troy Dye Saturday LB LB14 9
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» Herbert, who was named the Rose Bowl Offensive MVP and the MVP of the Senior Bowl, is widely regarded as a top three QB in this year’s draft.
» Rated the No. 9 prospect in the NFL Draft by ESPN’s Mel Kiper, Herbert led Oregon to a 29-13 record over his 42 career starts and threw a TD in 40 of those contests.
» Dye is rated the No. 5 inside linebacker by ESPN’s Mel Kiper heading into the combine. He finished third in program history with 397 career tackles over 50 games.
» Dye was the first player in Oregon history to lead the team in tackles four consecutive years.
» Lemieux and Throckmorton started 52 consecutive games over their four-year careers. Lemieux’s starts all came at left guard, while Throckmorton started games at right tackle (41), left tackle (5), right guard (3) and center (3).
» Throckmorton allowed just one sack over his final 3,224 snaps (45 games), starting at four positions over that span.
» Rated the No. 9 center in the draft by ESPN’s Mel Kiper, Hanson started 49 career games.
» Breeland, who is recovering from a season-ending injury, will not participate in any on-field drills Thursday. In just six games in 2019, he had 26 receptions for 405 yards and six TDs.