Wide receiver Jordan Russell Kent played his college ball with the Oregon Ducks and in 2007 the Seattle Seahawks chose him as the 210th overall pick in round six of the NFL Draft. Presently, he is with the St. Louis Rams team.
Kent was a versatile athlete at Oregon, playing on the football and basketball teams and competing in track events. In two seasons at Oregon, Kent caught 47 passes for 605 yards (12.9) and five touchdowns.
He was a member of the Seattle practice squad in 2007 and saw no regular-season action. On 5th September, 2009 he was released by the Seahawks during the final 53 man roster cuts. He however signed with the team of St. Louis Rams on 17th November, 2009 and made his debut professional reception against the San Francisco 49ers. He was later on cut on 3rd September, 2010.
At six-foot-four and 219 pounds, he’s the right size for a NFL receiver. Kent is a fine athlete with speed, quickness and fine balance. His routes could be more precisely run and he needs to develop his reading skills when it comes to defensive schemes. He drops too many balls.