The Houston Texans drafted tight end, Brevin Jordan, in the fifth round of the 2021 NFL draft. The start of his career was far less than what many expected it to be. However, he could be the key to the Texans success for that very reason.
Brevin Jordan played for the University of Miami for four seasons before declaring for the NFL draft. In doing so, he caught many coaches eyes, but for some reason fell into the fifth-round of the draft. It was at that point in which the Texans came in and swooped him up. Now it’s up to Jordan to show all the teams around the league that they made a mistake not selecting him.
Jordan was my tight end two in the draft ranked only behind former University of Florida, and current Falcons tight end, Kyle Pitts. Respectively, it would’ve been pretty hard for anyone to beat out Pitts for the tight end one spot in my rankings, so Jordan shouldn’t be criticized for that.
Pitts was one of the best tight end prospects we’ve seen in quite a long time, and so Jordan being listed as my tight end two, still puts him in a very respectable tier. The only one who gave Jordan a run for his money was Pat Freiermuth. However, I gave the edge to Jordan and here is why: