Bishop Gorman junior tight end Brevin Jordan, one of the nation’s top players at his position, made an oral commitment to Miami on Sunday.
Jordan announced his decision on his Twitter account. His commitment is nonbinding, and the first day he can sign a letter of intent is Feb. 7. Miami’s coaches cannot comment until that time.
“MIAMI FOOTBALL IS A CLASS ACT. THE LEGACY CONTINUES, 110% Committed to play Football In Paradise For the University Of Miami,” Jordan wrote.
— Brevin L. Jordan ™ (@Brevinjordan) April 16, 2017
Jordan, listed at 6 feet 2 inches tall and 200 pounds last fall, is ranked as one of the top three tight ends in the class of 2018 by every major internet recruiting service.
Jordan was second on the Gaels in receiving this past season with 27 catches for 501 yards and nine touchdowns.
Jordan made an unofficial visit to Miami last week and also attended the spring game at Michigan on Saturday with Gorman quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson. The pair previously said they intended to attend the same college.
Thompson-Robinson, meanwhile, announced Sunday he will make his college choice public April 23 and is deciding between Michigan and UCLA.