2020 Guide: What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about JACOB BREELAND: Oregon, 6047 252 4.75. Three-year starter, Mission Viejo, CA. Was well on his way toward a top tier season not only for his career, but among the 2019 Pac 12 tight ends. However a torn ACL suffered in October ended his season early and he is currently rehabbing with the hope to be ready for training camp. Has the size and strength to play inline, but also proved he can be a factor in space in Oregon’s wide open attack. Does everything a team would want from the position. He is tough, hardnosed, and will catch everything within his reach. Put together like a traditional Y-tight end that played in a very wide open, spread attack. Performed multiple offensive roles at a high level. A throwback player who can get the most out of himself no matter the situation. Heavy, strong-gripped hands that will lock onto defenders whether they are in the trenches or in space. Keeps his feet chopping on contact and will get movement as a blocker. Soft hands, will catch nearly everything that hits his hands. Tough and hardnosed over the middle. Does not get deterred by contact. Reliable threat underneath and up the seam. Lacks wiggle and looseness. Won’t shake his way free as a route runner, takes the extra step or two to make a turn. Doesn’t stop and turn sharply. Vertical speed is limited. Won’t out jump many defensive backs in contested situations. 2019 stats: 26-405, 15.6 ypr, 6 TD. Medical exclusion at Combine - broken leg. Fourth/fifth round. (A-32 5/8, H-9 7/8, VJ-DNP, SS-DNP).