Jordan makes Mackey Award watch list

Jordan makes Mackey Award watch list

Stefan Adams
Junior tight end Brevin Jordan was selected to the watch list for 2020 John Mackey Award recognizing the nation’s top tight end, it was announced Friday.

Jordan, who was one of three finalists for the Mackey Award as a sophomore, was a first-team All-ACC selection a season ago. The Las Vegas native ranked third on the team in receptions (35) and second in receiving yards (495) despite missing three games due to injury.

Jordan, who was a second-team All-ACC selection as a true freshman in 2018, has totaled 67 receptions for 782 yards with six touchdowns in his two seasons at The U. He has started 22 of a possible 26 games in his two seasons.

Jordan is the fourth Hurricane to be recognized this preseason, joining redshirt senior quarterback D’Eriq King (Davey O’Brien Award), redshirt senior defensive end Quincy Roche (Chuck Bednarik Award) and redshirt sophomore defensive end Gregory Rousseau (Bednarik).
 

Comments (8)

He gotta stay healthy, otherwise -- and it pains me to say this -- Pitts is the guy.
 
Pitts had 154 more yards and 3TD's in 19 more catches and 3 or 4 more games. Without actually playing a traditional tight end role.

Brevin averaged 14 a catch, and pitts 12. When Pitts didn't have to block a cold.

I'll take Brevin, just keep him healthy.
lol man you talking like I said Pitts was better. Of course Brevin is better. But Pitts stays on the field.

Brevin gotta stay on the field.
 
lol man you talking like I said Pitts was better. Of course Brevin is better. But Pitts stays on the field.

Brevin gotta stay on the field.
Make Pitts play like a traditional TE, and actually block...the numbers wouldn't be the same.
 
Pitts vs Jordan head to head...

Pitts 3 rec for 33 yards avg 11.0 per catch

Jordan 5 rec for 88 yards 1 touchdown... avg 17.6 per catch. Jordan also had to stay in and block a ton because of our oline
 
Can't deny when the kid is on the field he shines...
He was making PLAYS in the UF game. Like ‘Tana said, big time players step up in big games. He’s gonna have a lengthy and lucrative career if he can stay healthy.
 

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