Brevin Jordan
Tight EndTE
2021 Fantasy Outlook
There was no outlook written for Brevin Jordan in 2021. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
Declares for draft
Not Injury Related
January 7, 2021
Jordan announced Thursday via his personal Twitter account that he'll forgo his remaining eligibility at Miami to enter the 2021 NFL Draft.
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Jordan capped off his college career with his best season to date, racking up 38 receptions for 576 yards and seven touchdowns on 53 targets. The decision doesn't exactly come as a surprise, as Jordan is expected to be one of the first tight ends off the board in April.
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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Brevin Jordan
College Football DFS: Cheez-It Bowl/Alamo Bowl Slate
176 days ago
Jeff Edgerton breaks down Tuesday's two-step of bowl games with Miami facing Oklahoma State and Texas taking on Colorado. What can we expect from Sam Ehlinger in what could be his last game for the Horns?
College Football DFS: Night Slate Week 8
241 days ago
Jeff Edgerton has the breakdown for Saturday night's DFS Slates, where Miami draws a favorable matchup against Virginia that sets up well for star running back Cam'Ron Harris.
College Football DFS: Night Slate Week 4
269 days ago
Jeff Edgerton offers his best plays on the board for Saturday night's slate whereBaylor's Charlie Brewer is positioned for a big night with the Bears playing host to Kansas.
College Football DFS: Night Slate Breakdown Week 3
276 days ago
Jeff Edgerton breaks down the night slate offerings in DFS for Week 3, where a ranked matchup between Miami and Louisville takes center stage.
College Football DFS: Thursday Showdown Slate
285 days ago
Jeff Edgerton breaks down the showdown slate for Thursday, where Miami plays host to a 1-0 UAB club. Will Brevin Jordan be D'Eriq King's top target in the Hurricanes' season opener?
Past Fantasy Outlooks
2018
2020
Jordan certainly has a shot to earn looks at tight end in his first season with the Hurricanes, as Michael Irvin is due to miss extended time and Brian Polendey doesn't have the same level of talent. Given Jordan’s elite recruiting background as the consensus No.1 tight end in the class of 2018 and his impressive 6-foot-3, 250-pound build, Miami likely plans on utilizing one of their top recruits when possible. The freshman tight end is also fortunate to have one of the stronger arms in the ACC in Malik Rosier at his disposal, so Jordan should have plenty of opportunities to make a name for himself. Miami’s above average passing attack (242.6 passing yards per game, ranked 54th in FBS), figures to be a solid fit for Jordan, who has a chance to emerge as one of the more productive tight ends by seasons close.
On talent alone, Jordan has an argument to be considered the nation's top tight end, and is a likely high NFL draft pick a year from now. But that talent has only flashed occasionaly in two seasons in Coral Gables. Injuries have been partly to blame, as Jordan has missed four games in each of his first two seasons. Irratic quarterback play has also been a factor, as Miami has seen four quarterbacks throw 150+ passes in Jordan's career. When featured, Jordan puts up elite production at college football's thinnest position, posting four games last year with at least five catches, three times topping 70 yards. But he too often has disappeared, and has not caught more than 35 balls in either season, and has six total touchdowns. Injuries can be fluky, as can touchdowns. Quarterback play should be vastly improved with D'Eriq King transfering in. How Jordan will be used in Miami's new spread offense remains to be seen, but his athletic ability in the slot if matched up with linebackers should be a huge plus. Drafting Jordan on name recognition has disappointed so far. Taking him a round or two earlier than his production has dictated could pay off handsomely this season however.
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Two touchdowns against Cowboys
December 30, 2020
Jordan caught eight passes for 96 yards and two touchdowns Tuesday against Oklahoma State in the Cheez-It Bowl.
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140 yards in big day against Heels
December 13, 2020
Jordan caught six passes for 140 yards and a touchdown Saturday against North Carolina.
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Finds end zone in Durham
December 6, 2020
Jordan caught four passes for 75 yards and a touchdown Saturday at Duke.
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Quiet in return to action
November 15, 2020
Jordan caught two passes for 22 yards Saturday at Virginia Tech.
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Back in action Saturday
November 14, 2020
Jordan (shoulder) will play Saturday against Virginia Tech, David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.
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