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Jordan Kent
SI Grade
School: Conference: Ht., Wt.:
6-4, 221
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BIOGRAPHY: Became a starter during his senior season and posted 44/491/4, receiving All-Conference honors. Spent his first three years at Oregon playing on the basketball and track teams.

POSITIVES: Nice-sized, athletic receiver with a lot of upside. Nicely adjusts to the errant throw, makes the reception away from his frame and looks the ball in. Tall, strong target who wins out for the jump ball or out-muscles opponents for the difficult reception.

NEGATIVES: Lacks the second gear or ability to get separation downfield. Rounds off routes and not quick into breaks. Must pick up the blocking intensity.

ANALYSIS: Displaying a lot of progress last year, Kent is a developmental prospect with a raw game. Possesses the underlying physical skills to be a third receiver at the next level but needs time to complete his game.

PROJECTION: Undrafted Free Agent

2006 Receiving Statistics
Receptions Receiving Yards Yards Per Reception Touchdowns
44 491 11.16 4
2006 Rushing Statistics
Rushing Yards Attempts Average Per Rush Touchdowns
22 1 22 0