Four-Star TE Brevin Jordan Talks Colorado, Miami, Oklahoma, UCLA and USC

Sep. 14 -- Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman junior tight end Brevin Jordan has flashed a nice all around game this season and shown why he's such a heavily coveted prospect...

Brevin Jordan is currently rated the No. 1 rated tight end in the junior class and No. 28 overall in the 2018 class.

Jordan is an athletic tight end who can run like a receiver and make plays down the field. He's an improving pass catcher and helped lead the Gaels comeback over Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco when he caught a 30 yard touchdown towards the end of the 1st half.

What has impressed us through three games is what a willing and effective blocker Jordan has turned out to be. At 6-3, 235 pounds, he doesn't have the size of a traditional in-line tight end and is built more like a hybrid tight end/h-back but Jordan is a strong, powerful kid and has shown he has the ability to develop in to an every down tight end in college who can play in all situations. 

On the recruiting front, Jordan was planning to make an early decision but said he'll now go through the process. The schools standing out most for the tight end right now are the Colorado BuffaloesMiami (Fl) HurricanesOklahoma SoonersUCLA Bruins and USC Trojans.

To hear Jordan's breakdown on his favorites and when he could make his decision, check out the video above.

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