- Wide receiver
- 180 lbs
- Dr. SEC Recruiting Ranking
- 247 Composite Ranking
- High School
- McGill Toolen Catholic (AL)
- Current Team
- Tennessee Volunteers
Scouting Report: (3/10/20202) Jordan Mosley is a sleek athlete with wiry strength. He possesses both quickness and long field speed and he is very sudden and shifty with the ability to shift gears and accelerate. He will consistently win footraces in the open field and can create mismatches on speed alone with the ability to take the top off the defense.
He can rapidly accelerate off the ball and get downfield in a hurry. Jordan has the feet and hips to really develop into a precise and dangerous route runner. He shows flashes of knowing how to set defenders up and can stab his foot in the ground and explode out of cuts to create space and separation out of the break. He can run by DBs on speed alone, but it’s his lateral movement that makes him difficult to handle one-on-one.
Mosley handles the ball very well both as a return specialist and a pass catcher. He can adjust with the ball in the air and pluck it on the move. He is a good leaper and is very effective in contested match-ups even though he isn’t a mammoth target. He jumps and extends above his head with good body control and can make the difficult catch look easy.
Mosley Is a game-changer in the return game. Has a great feel for this area — very decisive, tough and slippery. He can make multiple defenders miss and flip field position in a hurry and take a quick hitter and turn it into a home run. He is equally effective in the slot and on the outside and can create mismatches in space and stretch the field. As a result, he is a factor in the passing game in all three phases.
He is a tough, aggressive receiver, who will make the catch and get upfield quickly. He does not shy away from contact when running with the ball or when blocking for others. With a year in the strength and conditioning could become a lethal weapon for the Volunteers.