BIOGRAPHY: Four-year starter named Southland Player of the Year in 2008 after passing numbers of 467.7%/3206/31/4. 2007 Southland Offensive
Player of the Year with totals of 67.9%/3084/26/10.
POSITIVES: Brown did a terrific job at Central Arkansas, yet he possesses limited physical skills for the next level. He is a cerebral
signal caller who could be an asset on the sidelines in a timing or West Coast offense.
NEGATIVES: Lacks classic NFL signal caller size, and has a side arm delivery, which makes the situation worse. Took most of his snaps
out of the shotgun in college, and struggles throwing the ball with proper footwork when lined up underneath center. Does
not possess a big-time arm, and cannot drive passes down the field. Not an elusive quarterback who picks up yardage with his
ANALYSIS: Accurate small-school passer with a good head for the position. Displays terrific pocket sense and wherewithal, effectively
leads the offense, and displays an awareness of knowing what's happening on the field. Patient, buys time for receivers, and
natural looking off the safety. Sells the ball fakes, possesses a sense of timing, and quickly locates the open wideout. Consistently
looks down the field, puts touch on throws when necessary, and displays good speed on the short or intermediate passes.