Ohio State Offers 4-Star TE Brevin Jordan

    Ohio State has become the latest to offer four-star tight end Brevin Jordan a scholarship. He is the top-rated tight end in the class of 2018.

    January 20, 2017

    Ohio State has become the latest to offer four-star tight end Brevin Jordan a scholarship. He is the top-rated tight end in the class of 2018.


    Ohio State is digging into its Las Vegas pipeline once again as the Buckeyes have offered Brevin Jordan, a 4-star tight end in the 2018 class, a scholarship to join Urban Meyer’s team in Columbus.

    If he ends up committing to the Buckeyes, Jordan will join former Bishop Gorman players Tate Martell and Haskell Garrett as representatives of the Gaels football program at Ohio State.

    “I’m excited,” Jordan said. “I don’t really care about what (Martell and Garrett) are doing. It’s about me and what I want to do. I love Ohio State. That’s such a huge offer. They aren’t a pure tight end team but they use them kind of like big receivers and sometimes fullbacks. I’m still strong on UCLA. I don’t think about the recruiting process that much. I’m just chilling.”

    The 6-foot-2, 224-pound Jordan is ranked by Scout as the No. 28 overall player in the 2018 class, and the No. 1 tight end. Many other powerhouse schools such as UCLA, Florida, Miami, and Michigan have also offered Jordan, with the Bruins currently being the favorite.

    The Buckeyes are currently ranked No. 4 by Scout in team rankings by Scout for the 2017 class, but has no tight ends committed.

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