Part Two of Five: Top Tight Ends in the 2021 NFL Draft

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Brevin Jordan

Tight End, Brevin Jordan, from Miami, is currently my fourth-ranked tight end in the class of 2021. This class is filled with superstar talent. One of those players being Brevin Jordan. In these five articles, I will be going over my top five tight ends and if you missed my fifth-ranked tight end, you can catch it right here.

Brevin grew up in Las Vegas, Nevada and was a four-star prospect coming out of high school. Where he, then, committed to play at the University of Miami. Jordan will now be a junior for this upcoming college football season. He has played in a lot of meaningful games since his true freshman year. Where he was able to have 32 catches and four receiving touchdowns in his 11 starts that year. He was voted to the second team All-ACC selection in 2018.

In 2019, his sophomore season was a little better. He had 35 catches for 495 yards and was a very reliable deep ball threat for the Hurricanes. Miami has had a very rich tradition of bringing great tight ends to the NFL, and Jordan will be next in line. Great players such as Kellen Winslow, Greg Olson, and Jeremy Shockey are a few of the tight ends that came before him.


Jordan is listed at 6’3, 235 pounds, and is excellent in the receiving game. While also holding his own as a blocker. I have no doubt that Brevin will have a very nice NFL career. He is not going to blow you away but does everything you need for that position. Brevin Jordan will be one of the safest picks in the 2021 NFL Draft.

Ceiling: Delani Walker

Floor: Jonnu Smith

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