Tre Brown Scouting Report

Tre Brown Scouting Report

BIOGRAPHY

  • Position: CB
  • School: Oklahoma
  • Age: 22
  • Height: 5’9″
  • Weight: 188 lbs
  • Wingspan: 74″
  • Hand size: 9 1/2″

Tre Brown was a 4-star recruit coming out of Union High School in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where he played both sides of the ball. His freshman season with the Sooners, Brown was primarily a backup, but stepped into a starting role his sophomore season which he held down the rest of his collegiate career. He played in 51 career games throughout his 4 years with the Sooners, starting primarily as a boundary corner. He recorded 141 tackles, 31 pass break-ups and 4 interceptions in his four year career. He also contributed on special teams as a kick returner, attempting 58 returns for 1,207 yards, his longest return being for 86 yards.

GRADING (1-5)

Size: 2

Speed: 5

Agility: 3

Coverage: 3

Awareness/Football IQ: 4

Ball Skills: 2

Tackle/Run Defense: 4

Health: 5

Score: 28/40

STRENGTHS

Brown is an absolute burner. Without a centralized combine we’ll be deprived of an official time, but he would’ve probably ran in the mid 4.3 to low 4.4 in the 40. He uses his speed to keep up with any receiver he lines up against, and is able to put himself into position to make plays he shouldn’t be able to make with his size. Brown is also a physical player consistently jamming receivers at the line and contributing to run defense.

WEAKNESSES

The biggest thing working against Brown is his size, which will cause a lot of teams to take him off their board. With his physical style of play, he can get grabby and have PI and defensive holding calls called on him. While Brown is able to cover well and prevent attempts, when he is targeted, he doesn’t change direction well and loses the receivers on breaks.

SUMMARY

Brown’s speed will lead to him being drafted as a project corner. With his size, he won’t play on the boundary like he did in college, and will have to transition to the slot. It will take some coaching, but I believe Brown can contribute as a corner, maybe even start one day. If nothing else, he can come in and be your kick returner from day one.

PRO COMPARISON

Donte Jackson

DRAFT PROJECTION

2nd-3rd round

Thanks for making it to the end! I want to focus on some mid-round guys leading up to the draft. It’s easy for me to scout Trevor Lawrence and tell you how great he has the potential to be. I want to shine light on some lesser known guys that you maybe haven’t heard of.

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