2018 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about JORDAN THOMAS: Mississippi State, 6054 265 4.78. Played in 25 games with five starts. The transfer from East Central Junior College is from Sumrall, MS. A huge target with long arms and catcher’s mitt-sized hands. Sees himself as a wide receiver. The Bulldogs played him out wide and in the slot. He must transition to tight end to make a living in the NFL. Huge 82 1/2" catching radius. Will reach and extend for the ball. A mismatch in the red zone if he gets stronger and plays at a more physical pace. Has better than average hands. Uses his size to separate from defenders. Thomas latched onto 31 passes for 311 yards and four touchdowns in his career. Moves well for a big man and has strong hands. Needs work as an inline blocker. Needs to get stronger in his upper and lower body. An East-West Shrine participant. 2017 stats: 22-263, 12 ypr, 3 TD. OSR:15/16. Sixth/seventh round. (A-34 1/8, H-11, VJ-27, SS-4.75).