BIOGRAPHY: Junior-college transfer awarded all-Conference honors the past two seasons.
POSITIVES: A left tackle in college, Brown has the size and skill set that necessitates a move to the strong side in the NFL. He is a
size prospect who's shown flashes of dominance the past two years, yet he needs a lot of work on his overall game before he
is the finished product.
NEGATIVES: Lacks balance, body control, and struggles sliding out to protect the edge in pass protection. Lumbers about the field and
not light on his feet. Ineffective in motion and struggles to hit a moving target. Must make better use of blocking angles.
ANALYSIS: King-sized blocker with outstanding strength and power at the point of attack. Big, thick lineman large enough to engulf defenders
and remove them from the point of attack. Gets after blocks, shows a nasty streak, and rarely gives up an inch in pass protection
while also getting movement run blocking. Keeps his head on a swivel, always looking for someone to hit, and works well with
teammates. Fights with his hands throughout the action, bends his knees and jolts defenders at the point with great explosion.