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2011 NFL Combine: Cameron Jordan Does What He Does

At this point, it's really hard to see anything that can really impress the NFL scouts concerning Cal defensive lineman Cameron Jordan. Jordan has been impressing ever since the Senior Bowl (all the way up to NFL Combine measurements), so it'd be hard for him to do anything that would make anyone's eyes pop out at the Combine in Indianapolis. Just being consistently good would be more than enough to ensure his draft stock would stay right up at the top of the ladder.

Thankfully, Jordan was more than up to the task.

40 yard dash: 4.78 seconds (tied for 10th among defensive linemen)
Broad jump: 9'9" (tied for 7th)
3 cone drill: 7.07 seconds (tied for 7th)
Vertical jump: 31 inches
Bench press: 225 pounds, 25 reps

Nothing too astounding like the Senior Bowl, but again you see a solid display of versatility from Jordan in each category. He continues to fill up the resume with steady and strong performances leading up to Cal's Pro Day, as he tries to follow in the footsteps of Tyson Alualu on the path to plum draft position.