What is Jordan Wilson? A wide receiver that bodies up on smaller defensive backs? A tight end that runs past linebackers making plays down the seam?
No matter the positional home, the Scout three-star prospect and 2014 TSSAA Division II Class AA state champion is one of the Volunteer State's impressive talents.
At nearly 6-feet-5 and over 200 pounds, the Nashville resident possesses length that's tough to defend. He ranks by Scout as the No. 18 tight end in the South and No. 2 in the Volunteer State's 2016 class.
The Montgomery Bell Academy playmaker got his first scholarship offer from Florida Atlantic. The offers rolled in not long thereafter with the likes of Illinois, Louisville, Missouri, NC State, Oregon State and West Virginia pulling the trigger.
Prior to receiving a double-digit number of scholarship offers in a short amount of time, Wilson spoke on camera with InsideTennessee about his attributes, looking up to Tennessee offensive guard Jashon Robertson and more.