Gordon has not played since 2010 but still projects as an intriguing talent.
In his last season at Baylor, Gordon posted 42 receptions for 714 yards (17.0 average) with 7 touchdowns. He’s also capable of returning kicks.
Gordon, who has been clocked in the 40-yard dash at Baylor as low as the 4.3’s, could go as high as the first half of the Supplemental Draft based on his upside and play making ability.
His size (6-4, 225) also is ideal for the NFL. Although it has not yet been confirmed, numerous reports have the draft scheduled for July 12.