Miami tight end Brevin Jordan is a dynamic weapon that grew incrementally each season in college and 2020 revealed a player that is much more prepared to claim a meaningful role in the NFL. The Canes used Jordan all over the formation including in-line, from the slot, and out of the backfield as both a receiver and blocker and he should do the same at the next level. As a receiver, Jordan brings an exciting blend of size, athleticism, and ball skills that make him dangerous at all levels of the field. He’s a monster after the catch and challenging the seam. While his route tree expanded in 2020, there is still room to grow in terms of timing and technique as a route-runner. Jordan is a highly competitive blocker that is mostly effective, but adding more functional strength and technique to help him stay square to blocks will be important to contribute positively as a blocker in the NFL. Jordan projects as an F tight end in the NFL that has a chance to be a dangerous weapon if used correctly.
Ideal Role: Starting tight end that is used in a variety of alignments as a receiver and blocker that receives targets at all levels of the field.
Scheme Fit: F tight end.
Written by Joe Marino