A school that Michigan would love to get their foot in the door is Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman High School. A national powerhouse football program that has churned out Division 1 players yearly has seen the Wolverines targeted and offered their upcoming stud 2018 quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson, who has remained a top option on their board for months. Earlier this week, Michigan also entered the picture for another top prospect coming up in 2018 tight end Brevin Jordan.
“(Tight Ends) Coach Jay (Harbaugh) told me to call him and I got the news,” Jordan told The Michigan Insider. “I was so juiced that I couldn't even comprehend it until after the thought. Not at all (was I expecting the offer). It was out of the blue.”
The 6-2, 224-pounder is ranked the No. 1 tight end in the country in 2018 by Scout, who has over double digit offers offers as well. He’s currently highly considering Ole Miss, UCLA, Oklahoma, USC, Miami in his recruitment and now Michigan.
So, what sticks out to Jordan about the Maize and Blue? The tight end usage in Ann Arbor and the presence they have in Jim Harbaugh’s offense.
“It is tight end university, point blank period,” Jordan said of Michigan. “Most definitely (it means more coming from TE U). That's a huge offer.”
After now picking up an offer from Michigan, Jordan most certainly feels he will visit Ann Arbor in the future, but at the moment is focused on winning a national championship.
Someone that he’s working on achieving that goal with is fellow teammate/close friend, junior signal-caller Dorian Thompson-Robinson. The two have known each other for years and grown up playing on the gridiron together, so could they possibly be a package deal?
“Dorian is my brother,” said Jordan. “He's my second closet friend. I've known him since we were 8 and we won co-MVP’s and won the championship together. We were meant to dominate together. For sure, (we are a package deal). It’s a big offer from Michigan and they may have the best duo coming to Ann Arbor signing day 2018.”