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Name: Brevin Jordan (+) Coming off Oct 2020 Shoulder INJ
College: Miami (FL)     Number: 9
Height: 6-3   Weight: 245
Position: TE  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: Jr/2022

40 Low: 4.57
   40 Time: 4.67
  40 High: 4.78
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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: (+) Coming off Oct 2020 Shoulder INJ...PMackey...2019: MackeyFinalist/1stC...PMackey/P1stM...1st team All-ACC, AP 1st team All-ACC w/35-495-14.1-2 rec, 1-0-0.0-0 rush in 11 gms in '19. 2nd team All-ACC, AP 2nd team All-ACC w/32-287-9.0-4 rec, 2 TT in 12 gms in '18.

 Brevin Jordan, Miami (FL), Player News

  10/17/20 - TE Brevin JordanJr/2022, Miami (FL), 6-3, 245 (DS#3 TE) + More +

  The Miami Hurricanes, coming off their worst passing performance of the season, could be without their leading receiver Saturday when they host the Pittsburgh Panthers at Hard Rock Stadium. Brevin Jordan's status remains questionable Wednesday, Manny Diaz said, as No. 13 Miami prepares for Pittsburgh. "The only guy that'd be questionable is Brevin," the coach said. "I think everybody else has been practicing and has been good to go, so we'll see as the week goes on about Brevin, but everybody else has been out there running around, looking good." This means offensive lineman John Campbell Jr., who started at left tackle Saturday against the Clemson Tigers, should be good to go after exiting the game in the fourth quarter with an apparent right knee injury. Jordan's potential absence would be painful for the Hurricanes. The star tight end leads Miami (3-1, 2-1 Atlantic Coast) with 18 catches for 243 yards and three touchdown this season. He was the Hurricanes' leading receiver in their 42-17 loss to No. 1 Clemson before he exited with an apparent right shoulder injury in the third quarter. - Miami Herald

(DS#3 TE) Jr/2022 TE Brevin JordanMiami (FL)
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  10/07/20 - TE Brevin JordanJr/2022, Miami (FL), 6-3, 245 (DS#3 TE) + More +

  Miami's best pass catcher is tight end Brevin Jordan, who already has 15 catches for 212 yards and three scores this year. Jordan was a Mackey Award Finalist last season and was named first-team All-ACC. - The State

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  09/10/20 - TE Brevin JordanJr/2022, Miami (FL), 6-3, 245 (DS#3 TE) + More +

  PLAYERS TO WATCH: Miami boasts one of the nation's top tight end tandems in juniors Brevin Jordan and Will Mallory, who were listed as co-starters on Miami's first game week depth chart heading into Thursday's game. Jordan, who was the only Hurricane selected to the All-ACC Preseason Team, was one of three Mackey Award finalists last year as the nation's top tigh end and was selected to the 2019 All-ACC First Team. Jordan started all 10 games he played in and ranked third on the team with 35 receptions and second with 495 receiving yards. In two years, Jordan has made 21 starts and totaled 67 catches and 782 yards. - Miami Football

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  08/15/20 - TE Brevin JordanJr/2022, Miami (FL), 6-3, 245 (DS#3 TE) + More +

  Field said that Brevin Jordan, who also spoke Friday and has returned to practice after missing the last four games of the season with a foot injury, looks "really, really good." Jordan, one of three 2019 Mackey Award finalists, was his usual upbeat self and said he was excited about the new offense. "They use us in a way that we're all over the field,'' said Jordan, who despite the injury, finished the season with 495 receiving yards and two touchdowns on 35 catches.. "We're outside, we're in the slot, we're in the backfield, we're lined up on the line. We're adjusters, that's our position. Coach Lashlee loves to throw the ball to us. He loves to just get the ball to guys in space and let them go to work. That's what's so great about his offense." Will Mallory, also on the videoconference, agreed the new offense "really opens up and uses the athletes we have on this team." "I consider our tight end room extremely athletic, and it really opens up for us to make plays, run around and be the athletes that we are. "It will showcase what we do at a high level and high pace." - Miami Herald

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  07/22/20 - TE Brevin JordanJr/2022, Miami (FL), 6-3, 245 (DS#3 TE) + More +

  2020 JOHN MACKEY AWARD PRESEASON WATCH LIST: Brevin Jordan, Miami,...Jordan, who was one of three finalists for the Mackey Award as a sophomore, was a first-team All-ACC selection a season ago. The Las Vegas native ranked third on the team in receptions (35) and second in receiving yards (495) despite missing three games due to injury. Jordan, who was a second-team All-ACC selection as a true freshman in 2018, has totaled 67 receptions for 782 yards with six touchdowns in his two seasons at The U. He has started 22 of a possible 26 games in his two seasons. - Miami Football

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  12/04/19 - TE Brevin JordanJr/2022, Miami (FL), 6-3, 245 (DS#3 TE) + More +

  2019 ALL-ACC FIRST TEAM (COACHES): TE - Brevin Jordan, Miami; 115,...Jordan, one of three finalists for the Mackey Award honoring the nation's top tight end, started 10 games this season and finished with a team-high 495 receiving yards in the regular season. Jordan, a second-team All-ACC selection a year ago, scored two touchdowns and averaged 14.1 yards per catch in another standout campaign. - Miami Football

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  11/27/19 - TE Brevin JordanJr/2022, Miami (FL), 6-3, 245 (DS#3 TE) + More +

  2019 JOHN MACKEY AWARD FINALIST: Brevin Jordan (SO, Miami),...An All-ACC second-team selection a season ago, Jordan has put together an impressive sophomore campaign, compiling a team-high 495 receiving yards with 35 catches and two touchdowns. Jordan had a standout game earlier this year against Virginia Tech, totaling a career-high 136 yards on seven receptions – one short of his career high. Jordan had a career-long reception of 51 yards against the Hokies and scored his second touchdown on the year. Jordan, who has made nine starts this season, is the only Mackey Award finalist from the ACC. The Las Vegas native has compiled 782 receiving yards on 67 receptions with six touchdowns in 21 career games at The U. - Miami Football

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  09/21/19 - TE Brevin JordanJr/2022, Miami (FL), 6-3, 245 (DS#3 TE) + More +

  Jarren Williams passed for 250 yards and a touchdown, DeeJay Dallas ran for another score and Miami got past Central Michigan 17-12 on Saturday. Brevin Jordan caught three passes for 70 yards for the Hurricanes (2-2), who went 85 yards relatively easily for a touchdown on their first drive and then managed a total of only 117 yards and seven points on their next nine possessions. K.J. Osborn had a touchdown catch in the third quarter for Miami.

Ryan Tice kicked a career-long 55-yard field goal for Central Michigan (2-2), in former Florida coach Jim McElwain's return to the Sunshine State. His team was a 30-point underdog, and got within five on quarterback David Moore's 1-yard rush with 3:21 left. The Chippewas elected to kick the ball deep after that score and wound up getting the ball back - but on their own 5 with only 39 seconds left after a 59-yard punt by Louis Hedley. Al Blades Jr. sealed the win for Miami by intercepting a pass from Moore with six seconds left. Moore finished 23 of 50 for 217 yards. Williams completed 17 of 24 passes for Miami. It was a day filled with Miami mistakes, including allowing four sacks, committing 13 penalties, allowing a safety, dropping an interception and getting a punt blocked. - Miami/AP College Football


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  07/20/19 - TE Brevin JordanJr/2022, Miami (FL), 6-3, 245 (DS#3 TE) + More +

  2019 PRESEASON JOHN MACKEY AWARD WATCH LIST: Brevin Jordan, SO, Miami,...Jordan delivered a standout freshman campaign in 2018, making 11 starts and earning second-team All-ACC honors. Jordan caught 32 passes - second-most on the Hurricanes - for 287 yards. He had four touchdown receptions, which were also second-most on the team, and had a long reception of 41 yards. The Las Vegas native saw action in 12 of 13 games and made 11 starts in his debut season. Jordan is the fourth Hurricane to garner preseason plaudits; earlier this week, junior defensive lineman Jonathan Garvin and senior linebacker Shaq Quarterman were tabbed to the Chuck Bednarik Award watch list, and redshirt senior wide receiver K.J. Osborn was named to the watch list for the Biletnikoff Award Thursday. - Miami Football

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