Brevin Jordan was the top high school tight end in America when he came to the University of Miami as a 17-year-old now is the best tight end in the country. Yes, I said it, I am standing on that as well. Jordan is a big time player with big time talent.
Jordan is a 6-3, 245-pound pass catcher who was named a preseason Mackey Award candidate last year, and I feel he has not even hit his potential.
Jordan hauled in 32 receptions in 2018, for 287 yards and 4 touchdowns and last year he had a nice season too! Jordan finished the 2019 season with 495 yards receiving.
Brevin averaged 14.1 yards per reception last season but only scored two touchdowns on 35 receptions. I think he is going to have a breakout season in 2020.
With the addition of former University of Houston gunslinger D’Eriq King, I think Jordan is going to eat. I would not be surprised if he hits the 750 to 1000 mark receiving. Jordan is a draft pick, and if he can play like he did against Virginia Tech all year he could turn into a first round pick.
NFL Draft Diamonds Scouting Notes:
Brevin Jordan was the best tight end in the Nation in high school and he looks like the best tight end in the Nation in college if you ask me. I am a huge fan of his athleticism and big play making ability. I want to see the Hurricanes get him the ball early and often in 2020. With the addition of D’Eriq King I expect Jordan to have a monstrous season. That Hurricanes team is my favorite to win the ACC in 2020. – Damond Talbot, NFL Draft Diamonds Owner