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2015 NFL DRAFT

Jordan Reed, TE

School: Florida  |  Conference: SEC
College Experience: Junior  |  Hometown: New London, CT
Height/Weight: 6-3 / 236 lbs.
Projected Ranking
OverallPositionProj. Rnd.
12063-4
Career Notes
Played in 35 games and started a total of 26 at the quarterback and tight end positions...Owned 79 career receptions for 945 yards and six touchdowns, averaging 12.0 yards per catch...Declared for the 2013 NFL Draft.
2012 Season
Named a 2012 First Team Offense AP, All-SEC Second-Team Offense, Coaches' All-SEC and Phil Steele All-SEC Second Team...Was on the John Mackey Midseason Watch List...Started in 12 of 13 games and led the Gators in receiving with 45 catches for 559 yards and three touchdowns...Averaged 12.4 yards per reception, with a long of 39 yards...Ranked tied for ninth in the nation in receptions for the season...Recorded a career-high 85 yards against Louisiana...Tied a career-high five receptions in four games (vs. Texas A&M, Tennessee, Georgia, Louisiana).

Tied for second-most receiving touchdowns...Recorded four receptions and two touchdowns in the win over South Carolina...22 of his receptions were good for a first down and had a team-leading 23 receptions of 10-plus yards...Led the team or tied for the team-high in receptions in 11 of 12 games... Reed's 38 catches in the first 10 games surpassed the total posted by UF's top receiver in 2011 (Chris Rainey-31) and tied Deonte Thompson's team-leading total of 38 from the 2010 season...Caught a 23-yard pass for a touchdown against Tennessee that gave the Gators' the lead for good in a 37-20 win.

2011 Season
Appeared in 11 games with 10 starts on the year...Missed action against Tennessee and Kentucky due to injuries...Gained 307 yards with 28 catches on the year, to average 11.0 yards/catch and 34.1 yards/game...17 of his 28 catches on the year were good for a first down, including five that converted third or fourth downs into first downs...Led the team in catches against Alabama (5), Georgia (4), South Carolina (5) and Furman (4).

Recorded his second touchdown reception of the season and third of his career off of a 19-yard toss from John Brantley vs. Furman where he grabbed four passes for 56 yards...Totaled 62 receiving yards against South Carolina off of five catches...Caught his first receiving touchdown of the season when he nabbed a 31-yard catch from John Brantley on a 4th-and-19 situation against the Bulldogs, which also accounted for a career-long catch.

Accumulated a career-high 69 yards receiving on four catches against Georgia...Totaled a personal-best 5 receptions against both Alabama and South Carolina...Posted 31 receiving yards from five catches against Alabama's No. 1 rated defense...Named to Phil Steele's Preseason All-SEC Fourth Team (TE)...Selected the College Football Performance Awards National Tight End of the Week following his performance against Georgia.

2010 Season
Played in 12 games with four starts...Missed the season opener against Miami University with a right knee injury...Started vs. Tennessee, Alabama, LSU and Penn State.

Had six catches for 79 yards (13.2 average) and one touchdown and gained 335 rushing yards on 77 attempts (4.4 average) and five touchdowns...Rushed for a team-high 75 yards and completed eight of 13 passes for 60 yards in the Gators' win over Penn State in the Outback Bowl...Completed two of his four passes for 12 yards and rushed 13 times for 74 yards (5.4 average) in Florida's game vs. Florida State...Against Appalachian State, had 71 yards on 11 rushes and three touchdowns...Completed two of his three passes for 14 yards and a touchdown to John Brantley vs. Appalachian State...Went 3-for-7 for 46 yards passing and one touchdown vs. South Carolina. Also rushed eight times for 12 yards and recorded one reception for 15 yards.

Threw his first career touchdown pass on the first play of the second quarter vs. Vanderbilt. It was his first-career passing attempt and resulted in a 31-yard touchdown to Deonte Thompson...Against Vanderbilt, went 11-for-19 for 130 passing yards and one touchdown. Also rushed 16 times for 84 yards and scored a touchdown...Had three rushes for 19 yards, including a 12-yard rush in UF's victory over Georgia...Recorded his first-career rushing touchdown on a one-yard run vs. LSU. Also had one reception for 12 yards...Had one reception for 22 yards in his first-career start in Florida's victory over Tennessee...Saw action for the first time as a Gator and had a two-yard touchdown reception for his first career catch against USF in the fourth quarter to complete Florida's scoring.

2009 Season
Dressed for five games but did not see any game action...Earned a redshirt.
High School
As a junior, he completed 122-of-222 passes for 1,706 yards and 28 touchdowns...Threw only two interceptions...Also rushed for 370 yards and eight touchdowns...Three-year starter for the New London Whalers...Known for his great size and incredible arm strength...Led New London to an undefeated regular season in 2007...Chose Florida over Connecticut, Oregon, Boston College and Maryland...Coached by Jack Cochrane...Ranked by Rivals as the 10th-best dual-threat quarterback and the second-best prospect from the state of Connecticut...Member of the ESPNU Top 150...Finalist for the 2008 Joe Montana High School Quarterback of the Year.
Injury Report
2011: Missed action against Tennessee and Kentucky due to injuries

2010: Missed the season opener against Miami University with a right knee injury

 
Latest News
02/20/2013 - 2013 NFL Combine, Tale of the tape: With scouts having seen most of the top prospects "on the hoof" over the fall and getting a second look at them on the "catwalk" before senior all-star games, the official measuring of heights, weight, hand and arms conducted during the combine is only occasionally newsworthy ... except when it comes to underclassmen, whom scouts often haven't seen up close yet.

One such underclassmen scouts are eager to get accurate measurements on is Florida's Jordan Reed. Possessing a similar blend of overall athleticism as former Florida star Aaron Hernandez, Reed could wind up with an even higher draft-day grade than New England Patriots' standout. To do so, however, he'll need to prove that he's all of the 6-3, 243 pounds the Gators officially listed him as. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com

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