Vincent Brown

Vincent Brown scouting report

Vincent Brown WR San Diego State
Ht: 5’11″

Wt: 187

Four-year starter. Showed significant improvement throughout his career, capping it off with a stellar senior season. Very reliable hands. Runs hard with the ball; isn’t afraid of contact. Willing to go across the middle.
Lacks the speed to make up for his lack of height. Isn’t very elusive in the open field. Limited experience against top competition.
Brown’s upside is limited by a lack of speed and height, but he’s a good route runner with great hands who should find a role in the NFL. He would be an ideal slot receiver in a west coast system.
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Prospects to watch in the Poinsettia Bowl

There’s slightly less talent in the Poinsettia Bowl this year than in past games which featured the likes of Utah, TCU, Cal and Boise State. But it’s still an interesting matchup with a few future NFLers.

PASADENA, CA - SEPTEMBER 05:  Vincent Brown #80 of San Diego State catches a pass from teamate against the UCLA Bruins at Rose Bowl on September 5, 2009 in Pasadena, California.  (Photo by Jacob de Golish/Getty Images)

Vincent Brown is one of the best receivers you may not have seen play.

* The top talent in this game in San Diego State receiver Vincent Brown. He’s been a consistent performer throughout his career but really blossomed this season. He doesn’t have breakaway speed, but could be a reliable possession receiver in the pros. He projects as a mid-round pick and may end up being the only player drafted to play in this game.

* Aztec quarterback Ryan Lindley has developed into one of the more underrated quarterbacks in the country this year. He has the size (6’4″) of a prototypical NFL quarterback and the arm strength to go with it. He’s only a junior and more than likely will return to school, but this game could give his stock a boost heading into his senior year.

* Navy rarely produces NFL talent but one player from this year’s squad could get a look. Quarterback Ricky Dobbs is a powerful runner who may have a future at running back in the pros. At 5’10″, 220 pounds he has the size and also the¬†athleticism¬†to be an effective between-the-tackles runner.

Posted on by Ryan McCrystal in 2011 NFL Draft 1 Comment