As former Oregon Ducks took the field one last team, they flew around the field and excelled against the next generation of NFL players.
Bo Nix earned the starting quarterback job for the National team and completed a couple of dimes throughout his two drives. He threw a dart to former Minnesota tight end Brevyn Spann-Ford in the endzone for a touchdown.
Nix went 4-5 for 21 yards in the air, including his touchdown pass.
Defensive back Evan Williams brought down the first two tackles of the game as he seemed to cover every inch of the backfield. Williams even got the first of two picks in the game, snagging an endzone pass attempt from Joe Milton.
Earlier in the week, center Jackson Powers-Johnson truly dominated the offensive field. Skyrocketing his draft stock throughout the days leading up to the Senior Bowl, Powers-Johnson was named the Offensive Player of the Week.
After a week of Duck dominance, it certainly looks like Oregon will do well in the upcoming NFL Draft and even better once they take the field at the professional level.
Next, Oregon players hoping to head to the NFL will prepare for the NFL Combine. It will be at Lucas Oil Field in Indianapolis, IN from February 29 to March 3.