Noah Brown blew up against Oklahoma, showcasing his ability to out-muscle opposing DB’s. He showed the ability to separate and high point the ball over unsuspecting defenders. It was certainly a shock for him to leave, but he has the size and the speed to make it if a team takes a chance on him in this year’s draft. Brown is 6’2″, 222 lbs. and he can be a monster, and has the ability to take over during games. Brown is susceptable to the injury bug and two seasons ago, he broke his leg, which caused him to redshirt that year. Last season, he was the featured peice, but then the gameplans moved away from him as the season progressed. He has some film, but he doesn’t, but he is an intriguing prospect due to his measurables. He is projected to go as early as day 2 of the draft, but he is more likely going to be taken sometime in day 3. He may follow Jailin Marshall and end up being an undrafted free agent, but who knows, the draft tends to be unpredictable.