It is difficult to conceive how web-slinging and shooting would translate into a Jedi, but it’s a fairly interesting combination to consider. Those skills and the Spidey Sense aside, Peter Parker’s genuine heart resonates the most. He understands the value of family in losing it at a young age and strives to become as good as the heroes that are his role models.
The MCU’s version of the friendly neighborhood web-slinger has ventured into water, elevated into space and taken on the biggest threats the galaxy has faced. Some enemies at a local high school scale like Vulture and others looking to wipe out half of existence in Thanos. Regardless of his inexperience, Spider-Man has always been up to the challenge. Those challenges are waiting even when he isn’t looking for them, like at a high school prom or an innocent European vacation. In each instance, Spider-Man has been quick to put the job before his friends, something a Jedi is expected to do.
And he has also faced many character-defining decisions along the way as well. Parker was thrust right into the heart of the Avengers’ family affair in Civil War, lost his suit upon defying Iron Man’s orders and even his life with Thanos’ snap. Parker has also shown great wisdom at times, turning down an offer for a brand new suit before he felt ready to unite with the Avengers.
He might not be there yet, but with a mentor like Iron Man, Spider-Man is more than ready to grow into his own and fill the shoes of a Jedi master.