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2017 NFL Draft Profile: WR Noah Brown

Sep 17, 2016; Norman, OK, USA; Ohio State Buckeyes wide receiver Noah Brown (80) celebrates with fans after the game against the Oklahoma Sooners at Gaylord Family - Oklahoma Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports
Sep 17, 2016; Norman, OK, USA; Ohio State Buckeyes wide receiver Noah Brown (80) celebrates with fans after the game against the Oklahoma Sooners at Gaylord Family - Oklahoma Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports
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In his 2017 NFL Draft profile, we break down the strengths, weaknesses, and video highlights of wide receiver Noah Brown out of Ohio State.

Noah Brown is a wide receiver with big league skills. He is quite promising, although his experience is lacking. The Buckeyes wide receiver is certainly on his path to greatness as he could very well surprise many in his transition to the NFL.

Several teams looking to stock up on wide receivers and acquire younger players could certainly be a fit for Brown. Without a doubt, Brown sure runs his routes quite impressively and in powerful fashion.

STRENGTHS

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Brown atches some passes that might have been difficult for other receivers to make a play on but comes through with them. It’s due to his excellent control over positioning his body to make the play.

He is 6″2 as his height is certainly a huge plus as far as being a receiver. It sure will help any team looking for a premier end-zone threat that can go up and haul in a touchdown due to his size.

Brown is quite a physical player on the field. He also has strong and impressive hands and can turn on his speed faster than a New York minute.

WEAKNESSES

His little playing experience could show: Brown has only a mere two years of experience. He only started for one year. Also dealt with a broken leg injury which cost Brown an entire season sidelined.

VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS

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Brown without a doubt is very talented and will more than likely be drafted in the middle to late 3rd Round of this year’s draft. With that being said, his four touchdowns in a game, and finishing off things in a great way with his 32 catches, 402 yards that he ran for, and a total of seven touchdowns, showed just why he deserves a spot in the NFL.

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