Draft Scout Snapshot: A closer look at the Eagles' picks: 7/218 - Jordan Poyer, CB, 6-0, 191, Oregon State...Another great value pick for the Eagles. Poyer was projected by many as a third- or fourth-round pick. Doesn't have great clock speed for a corner. Will be a special team contributor. Could eventually wind up at safety. - The Sports Xchange
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04/28/13 - A closer look at the Eagles' picks: 7/218 - Jordan Poyer, CB, 6-0, 191, Oregon State...Another great value pick for the Eagles. Poyer was projected by many as a third- or fourth-round pick. Doesn't have great clock speed for a corner. Will be a special team contributor. Could eventually wind up at safety. - The Sports Xchange
03/24/13 - 2013 Oregon State Pro Day: Oregon State University’s pro day work out was held on Friday indoors on FieldTurf. It featured 17 teams with 11 OSU players. No NFL head coaches were in attendance. Jordan Poyer, DB (6-foot, 190 pounds) - Worked out at NFL Scouting Combine. He recorded a 28 1/2-inch vertical, 9-foot-7 broad jump, and 11 reps at 225. He did positional workouts as a defensive back. - Gil Brandt, NFL.com
03/16/13 - 2013 Oregon State Pro Day: With 25 NFL representatives in attendance, Oregon State's top two prospects -- cornerback Jordan Poyer and wide receiver Markus Wheaton -- decided to mostly stand on their numbers from the combine last month. However, they did look impressive during positional drills at the Beavers' Pro Day on Friday, and little-known cornerback Brian Watkins wowed everyone with his speed.
Not known as a burner, Poyer ran an official 4.54 40-yard dash at the combine and decided to stick with that time. He did elect to lift and perform a few other drills, improving his bench press number from 8 to 11 reps. Poyer also participated in the vertical jump (28.5-inches) and broad jump (9-foot-7), but neither matched his marks from the combine (30.5-inches vertical, 9-foot-10 broad jump). Both Poyer and Wheaton looked good during their positional drills with one scout saying “neither did much to help or hurt themselves today.” - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com
12/29/12 - PLAYERS TO WATCH: CB Jordan Poyer has been the leader of the defense all season. He leads the Beavers in interceptions with seven, and that despite missing one game with an ankle injury. But it's more the presence he's brought to the unit with his confidence which has carried over in Oregon State's turnaround season. - The Sports Xchange
12/16/12 - 2012 AP ALL-AMERICAN FIRST TEAM: CB - Jordan Poyer, sophomore, 6-0, 172, Oregon State...Poyer is tied for second in the nation with seven interceptions this season and was a semifinalist for the Jim Thorpe Award (top cornerback) and the Bednarik Award (top defensive player). He helped OSU have one of the best turnarounds in college football this year at 9-3 for the regular season. - Oregon State football