The Ravens sent secondary coach Mark Carrier to Syracuse to scout cornerback Danard Jackson, who's regarded as a first-day selection with the ability to play both safety and cornerback.
Jackson had a vertical leap of 34 ½ inches.
That's two inches higher than he jumped in Indy. He ran a 40-yard dash time at the Carrier Dome in 4.47 seconds, improving his 4.52 mark at the Combine.
Besides Carrier at the Carrier Dome, Mike Gillhamer of the Carolina Panthers, Chicago director of college scouting Doug Gabriel was present. Other reps were there from the Colts, Bucs, Eagles, Texans, 49ers, Falcons, Jets, Dolphins and Packers.
Aaron Wilson covers the Baltimore Ravens for the Carroll County Times in Westminster, Maryland.
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