BIO: Three-year starter at right tackle who moved to center as a senior and won All-Conference honors. Missed the 2003 campaign after rupturing an Achilles tendon.
POSITIVES: Intelligent, well-sized blocker best in a small area. Quickly gets off the snap into blocks, stays with assignments and works well with teammates. Excellent position blocker who seals defenders from the action or turns them off the ball. Displays quickness, explosion and the ability to get out on the second level. Very good with the shotgun snap. Patient and effectively quarterbacks the offensive line.
NEGATIVES: Limited athlete lacking agility, adjustment and overall ability in space. Not a dominant lineman who drives opponents off the line.
ANALYSIS: A productive collegiate blocker with the ability to play several positions on the line, Brown offers both intelligence and growth potential for the next level. The inability to play in anything other than a restricted area may hold him back from every being a starter in the NFL, yet could be effective in a backup role as a utility lineman.