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2021 NFL Draft Scouting Report: TE Brevin Jordan

Positional ranking: #4

Big Board ranking: #89



Position: TE

College: Miami

Class: Junior

Age: 20



Height: 6’2 5/8”

Weight: 247 lbs.

Arm length: 32 7/8”

Hand size: 9 3/4″


Athletic testing

40-yard dash: 4.69 sec.

Vertical jump: 31.0”

Broad jump: 116.0”

Bench press: 17 reps

3-cone drill: N/A

Short shuttle: N/A



Smooth overall player. Strong and well-built frame. Broad-shouldered target over the middle. Good securing the ball to his body for possession catches. Plays with great balance. Lined up as in-line tight end, slot, out wide, and H-back. Above-average build-up speed. Has quality vertical separation/burst down the seam. Excellent feel for finding space in coverage as a vertical threat. Will absorb big hits to make a catch. Explosive and physical with the ball in his hands. Quick to go into run-after-catch mode. No-nonsense runner. Able to easily break or bounce off tackles. Quality ability and willingness as a run blocker. Works to drive when engaged. Keeps a square base as a pass blocker.



Some concern about hand-eye coordination and focus on contested catches. Average agility. Lacks twitchiness/suddenness as a route runner. Routes can be too rounded off. Simple route tree in general. Limited above-the-rim athleticism. Needs to be more controlled/consistent as a blocker. Hand placement is too inconsistent. Can fail trying to square up his target in space.


NFL comparison

Jonnu Smith



Overall, Jordan is a smooth, strong, and versatile tight end that can threaten the defense vertically and provides physicality with the ball in his hands. He should thrive in a play-action heavy attack, particularly if he can improve his run blocking.


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