Southern Nevada’s top wide receiver/pass catcher countdown — No. 5

Bishop Gorman’s Brevin Jordan comes in at No. 5 on our #NVprepsfb list of Southern Nevada’s top five wide receivers/pass catchers.

To create the list, we spoke with coaches from the Sunrise and Sunset Regions in both 4A and 3A. A couple of the base questions were: “Who is the top high school wide receiver/pass catcher today?” and “Who would you pick to start a team?”

Then we grabbed the statistics from last season, looked at the player’s collective rankings on recruiting websites and used our own judgment to fill holes.

This resulted in the #NVprepsfb wide receiver/pass catcher rank. The list is based off high school productivity and not college or professional potential. Stay tuned for our defensive player list that will be unveiled next week.

#NVprepsfb Wide Receiver/Pass Catcher Rank: Bishop Gorman’s Brevin Jordan No. 5




6 feet, 2 inches; 210 pounds


Second-team All-Southwest League (2015)


Jordan, who is a consensus four-star prospect, holds scholarship offers from Arizona State, Boise State, Colorado, Louisville, Oklahoma, Southern California, Texas A&M, UNLV and UCLA. He is the No. 1 tight end in the country, according to

Last Year’s Stats

Jordan had 10 receptions for 166 yards and four touchdowns. He also had one carry for eight yards for the Gaels, who had Southern Nevada’s top rusher (Biaggio Ali Walsh) and receiver (Tyjon Lindsey).

What they are saying?

— “He’s like 6’4 (sic) and when they throw him a ball, it’s a man playing with boys,” one Sunrise Region football coach said. “He’s just young.”

— “Very good. He’s the real deal,” one Sunset Region football coach said.

— “Hard to know what he’s going to turn into,” one Sunset Region football coach said. “But if he’s at Gorman, he’ll get a lot of (scholarship) offers.”

If you want to get involved in the discussion, #NVprepsfb is the Twitter hashtag to use. You also can follow along @nevadapreps.

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