Considering Ezra was barely trained by someone who, in turn, was barely trained, its very debatable to consider him a Jedi when Ashoka didn’t consider herself one & she had bags more training than him.
However, as a force sensitive who had somewhat honed his skills, if we were to ignore my argument above, then yes, he would certainly have been one of the Last Jedi by the time of Episode 6.
While I respect hindsight is a wonderful thing, it does rather make you wonder what he was up to at that time & why he didn’t ‘come out’ as a Jedi at that time & join the rebel alliance wholesale.
Assuming he had a good reason for not doing so (Ashoka too for that matter), by the time of The Last Jedi, it would make him a little younger than Luke, so the potential to have him in a future film (plus Ashoka) is certainly there, should Disney decide to take advantage of it.
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