"I'm very happy for Jordan," said Florida head coach Will Muschamp. "He causes matchup problems for defenses and is extremely athletic for his size. He hasn't been playing tight end for very long and will continue to grow into the position."
Reed was the 12th former Florida player drafted by the Washington Redskins since they took Maurice Hurt in the 2011 NFL Draft. He finished his career with 79 receptions and 945 yards with six touchdowns. He earned First Team All-SEC honors by the Associated Press and second team by the SEC coaches and Phil Steele.
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