3. Brevin Jordan, TE, Miami (FL)
Talk about making an instant impact, Miami tight end Brevin Jordan has been exactly that for the Hurricanes since he stepped on campus.
Over two seasons and 18 games with the Hurricanes, Jordan has 67 receptions and six touchdown catches.
A captain and first-team All-ACC selection in just his sophomore season, Jordan is an exceptional athlete who can accelerate in a hurry. He has soft hands and natural after-the-catch abilities.
The Jaguars are hoping Josh Oliver, a former third-round pick, can become that dynamic presence at tight end but if he is unable to show that development in his second NFL season, this pick makes a lot of sense near the top of round two.
Jordan can work every level of the field and play in-line or out wide, lined up in the slot — wherever. He’s a dynamic weapon in space and with the ball in his hands.