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  • Evan Brown - C SMU

    Any of you film guys know anything about him? Not much out there on him. What is out there,though, is interesting and he plays a position where we are in need of depth...,

  • #2
    Draftanalyst,com has a good recent update on him.
    They have him listed at 6ft 2in 305lbs. Jump 36in vertical at his pro day . Maybe he csn play for the Knicks.

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    • #3
      Long Live the King

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Gee718 View Post
        Thanks. Looks like he has good measurables.

        36 reps on bench
        36" vertical (crazy for a center)
        4.97 40 yard dash
        9' 5" Broad
        8.06 3 cone
        Last edited by TCHOF; 05-08-2018, 09:17 AM.

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        • #5
          4.97 - 40 yard dash (Pretty darn good)......He looks like a Brett Jones clone to me. I'd say let him play some Guard, but he's kinda short.
          Long Live the King

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          • #6
            Was he signed by the Giants as a UDFA?
            Engage brain before speaking.

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            • #7
              straight from Dane Bruglers draft guide

              8. EVAN BROWN | SMU 6024 | 312 lbs. | SR. Southlake, Texas (Carroll) 9/16/1995 (age 22.6) #63 YEAR (GP/GS) 2014: (10/10) 8 RG, 2 OC 2015: (12/12) 12 RG 2016: (12/12) 12 OC 2017: (13/13) 13 OC Total: (47/47) 27 OC, 20 RG HT WT ARM HAND WING 40-YD 20-YD 10-YD VJ BJ SS 3C BP COMBINE N/A (not invited) PRO DAY 6024 312 32 1/8 09 1/2 76 1/8 4.98 2.92 1.75 36 09’05” 4.52 - 36 SUMMARY: A two-star center recruit out of high school, Evan Brown earned First Team all-state honors as the right tackle of the Southlake Carroll squad that went 11-2 in 2013. With his academic achievements, he received scholarship offers from Yale and Penn, but he opted to stay closer to home, enrolling at SMU. Brown found the field as a true freshman, splitting his time between right guard and center. After spending the 2015 season at right guard, he moved to center as a junior where he started all 25 games the last two years. Brown has “scary strength” according to his college coaches, displaying the hand/wrist power to press defenders from his frame and maintain spacing. He blocks pissed off with the competitive temperament and smarts that help him overwhelm his target. Overall, Brown needs to improve his footwork to better recover, but he shows the strength, leadership and starting experience that will earn him consideration in the draft’s later rounds. GRADE: Priority Free Agent

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              • #8
                Looks like he has a pretty easy path to the 53 man. After Jones, his only competition at C is Halapio, who is a career journey-man/practice squad type of player. Some were pretty high on him as a potential starting caliber center. Tough to find any tape of him though so who knows.

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