Brown’s family has a great background, and the All-Region/State prospect has a lot of tools to work with. With one of the strongest arms in this recruiting class, and an athletic frame, there is a ton of upside for Brown. He claims a 35″ vertical, which is very impressive. Brown has tested out at QB camps with the highest velocity of any participants going right at 47-48 mph on his throws. He needs to get quicker with his release. Brown is a good athlete, but he doesn’t run the ball too much. We would like to see him run the ball more and showcase his athleticism. Brown threw for 2700 yards as a junior and is set for a great senior year. His ability to throw on the deep outs and seam passes down the middle really illustrates the power in which Brown can fire the ball off. he could use some work with his footwork and getting quicker at setting his feet. We like the patience he shows in the pocket, and he’s tough standing in the pocket taking several big hits, but he could also be more adept at running to get himself out of bad situations. There is a lot of upside here. We don’t think Brown is quite an FBS caliber QB in terms of skill just yet, but his pure arm talent and physical attributes make him a really interesting prospect. If he played at a bigger school then his recruitment would have already taken off more.
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