2021 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about BREVIN JORDAN: Miami, 6026 245 4.68. Junior entry, three-year starter, Las Vegas, NV. Earned All-ACC honors all three seasons, including first-team nomination in 2019, a year where he was also a Mackey Award finalist. The son of Darrell Jordan, a ninth-round pick of the Atlanta Falcons in 1990. Will enter the league as a highly touted prospect, as he is one of the more explosive players at the position in this class. Doesn’t have the desired size or reach radius, but his ability after the catch and competitive mindset will create plays out of nothing. Get him the ball in space and he can break tackles and run away from the defense like a running back. A dangerous player who adds multiple dimensions to a passing game. Explosive from a standstill whether he has the ball or not. Quick from point A to point B. Puts a defender on his heels with his abrupt speed and shows the ability to stop and cut on a dime. A menace after the catch that picks up a lot of yards with tenacity and athletic ability. A physical ball carrier with contact balance and vision. Will take blows from a defender, redirect, and burst north. A competitive hustler along all facets. Shows good effort in the trenches and can translate his speed into power. Slightly undersized for the position, especially in the trenches when matched up against defensive linemen. Won’t get the push or sustained quality contact as a blocker. Overly reliant on his initial pop, has all or nothing approach to blocking. Adjustments when having to go up and get the ball look tight and heavy. Not a great leaper, won’t get over defenders in 50/50 situations. Needs more attention to detail as a route runner. 2020 stats: 38-576, 15.2 ypr, 7 TD. Third/fourth round. (A-32 7/8, H-9 3/4, VJ-34, SS-4.50).