BIOGRAPHY: "Named 2008 Big East Offensive Player of the Year after posting career numbers of 367/2,187/18 on the ground and 21/125 as
a pass catcher. Junior rushing totals included 170/821/8 with 14 receptions for 85 yards. Initially,awarded all-Conference
honors as a freshman when he posted 161/896/7 on the ground."
POSITIVES: "Well rounded ball carrier with a versatile game. Displays outstanding vision, ball carrying instincts and patience. Waits
for blocks to develop, immediately finds the running lanes and displays terrific open field running skills. Creates his own
yardage, makes defenders miss and displays terrific footwork with the ability to sidestep or avoid piles. Runs with a compact
style, outstanding balance, body control and tough to knock off his feet. Flashes power on the inside with the ability to
breaks several tackles and pick up yardage off initial contact. Effectively uses a straight arm to keep plays alive and shows
the ability to pick up the tough yardage. Easily turns the corner, cuts back against the grain and loses little momentum when
he must immediately alter his running angle. Solid pass catcher out of the backfield."
NEGATIVES: Never really carried the load until his junior season. May not have the size or ability to be used as a short yardage runner
in the NFL.
ANALYSIS: Brown has been very productive in college showing steady progress and an all-around game. He can be used in a variety of systems
at the next level and his versatility makes it difficult to characterize him as a specific type of ball carrier. He may start
his career as a rotational running back yet could quickly grow into a teams prime ball carrier.