Bishop Gorman’s Brevin Jordan, the No. 2 ranked tight end in the 2018 class, landed an offer from Miami on August 23rd. Jordan is an athletic pass-catching tight end and holds several offers from programs like USC, UCLA, Oklahoma, and Ole Miss.
Despite all his offers, the latest one from the Canes is “huge” for Jordan. As a result, Miami is already sitting very high for the talented tight end.
“Miami is most definitely in my top list now that I got the offer,” Jordan said about Miami. “It's huge, and really big time school for TE's, just overall a dominant program. They like my skill set and they wanted to offer me, it was a pretty quick conversation.”
Miami has produced the most tight ends into the league than any other college football program. Putting guys like Jimmy Graham, Greg Olson, and most recently Clive Walford into the NFL. The success that the Canes have had with their tight ends is something that appeals to Jordan as a fellow tight end himself.
“Miami is tight end U all the way, they sent so many tight ends to the league. They’re a huge program for TE's and I'm honored to receive an offer from them.”
Jordan has taken a lot of visits this summer, most notably to UCLA, his dream school and the program who looks to be in the lead within his recruitment. His orginal intentions was to announce his commitment next summer, but he recently announced his decision to not make a decision and will take a bunch of visits this season.
I've decided to hold off on committing next summer and wait till signing day as of now although my QB is still committing I will not!— Brevin L. Jordan™ (@Brevinjordan) August 24, 2016
“At the moment, I’m open to all schools and still eager to hear from some SEC schools. Senior year is when I'll be taking a lot of my visits, I plan to head down to Miami not sure when though.”
Jordan is the fourth total tight end to receive an offer from Miami in the 2018 recruiting class. Joining other prospects like Mustapha Muhammad, Jeremy Ruckert, and Will Mallory. Muhammad and Jordan are the two major targets.