Buffalo Bills trade up in the latest mock draft for 2021 NFL Draft

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TALLAHASSEE, FL – NOVEMBER 2: Tight End Brevin Jordan #9 of the Miami Hurricanes runs after a catch during the game against the Florida State Seminoles at Doak Campbell Stadium on Bobby Bowden Field on November 2, 2019 in Tallahassee, Florida. Miami defeated Florida State 27 to 10. (Photo by Don Juan Moore/Getty Images) /

Third Round

With the third round pick at 93rd overall, a player I have mocked to the Buffalo Bills before at this pick is Miami tight end Brevin Jordan. The Bills would be lucky to him fall to their third round selection, but if he does Beane may have to ignore other needs until the later round to grab this high upside talent on day two. With the inconsistencies from Dawson Knox, Jordan could come right in and compete with Knox for the starting gig.

At 6’3 and 245 pounds, Jordan is an athletic freak with natural hands and an uncanny ability to make plays after the catch at the tight end position. His playmaking abilities are so legit that Miami actually lined him up in the backfield and handed the football off to him on various occasions throughout his career with the Hurricanes.

Proving that he has improved his blocking skills this past year is a big part of his development into the NFL, but if he can continue to hone those blocking skills the Buffalo Bills could be getting one of the next best tight ends in the game in the 3rd round.

93rd overall: Brevin Jordan – Miami (Tight End)