Jordan Cameron

USC Trojans #84 - Tight End

  • Height: 6-5
  • Weight: 235

So, we opened a box of USC trading cards


And this set is pretty cool

Successful Trojans: Undefeated classes versus UCLA


A look at those classes of athletes who went undefeated during their time against UCLA

Bills player comparisons, projections for 2019 draftees


The best, worst, and "average" projection for each of the Bills’ draft choices.

A running list of the NFL Draft’s greatest botched pick announcements

Usually, these things go smoothly. Usually.

Get to Know Your Orange Man: #81, WR Cameron Jordan


Another young receiver to watch as SU replaces last year’s production.

Horse Tracks: Broncos’ 2018 draft class continues to receive high praise


Initial draft grades for the Denver Broncos’ 2018 draft class were high, but NFL analyst Bucky Brooks and Senior Bowl executive director Phil Savage continued to laud several of the franchise’s...

Grading the Miami Dolphins 2018 NFL Draft


Yes, it’s early. But someone has to grade the rookie class, without ever watching them play a down in the NFL.

How Brian Hoyer’s Cleveland miracle went bad


A lot went down. Let’s look at the film.

The best players in NFL history based on the draft position of the Seahawks 2017 picks

The Seahawks added 11 players to their roster through the draft last week, and as we all know, the most important way to predict a player’s success is through the fairly-arbitrary process of noting...

McShay Mock Draft 2.0 has Miami looking local


NFL mock draft season is underway, and the big guns are starting to come out. On Wednesday, ESPN’s Todd McShay jumped back into the mix with the 2.0 edition of this 2017 NFL Mock Draft. His...

Tyler Higbee Draft Profile

Brandon Doughty gets all the pub when it comes to the successes of WKU's offense, and righty so, but one of his weapons is a better draft prospect, and Tyler Higbee could become quite the NFL player.

Notes from Tuesday's practice


Tuesday was the last shoulder pad practice before the Spring Game. The tight ends and offensive line continue to improve and the quarterback competition remains the same.