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I noticed on OU's website, soonersports, that Justin Brown has caught 66 passes this year for 822 yds. His best season with Penn State was 2011 where he had 35 catches for 517 yds. I guess my point here is, do you think that he help his NFL draft status by transferring to OU? I would think so. He's been on t.v. a lot more and has had a lot more exposure for the NFL scouts to see.
He has not played his final game. Shoudl end up with over 70 passes and over 900 yards. He also contributed greatly on punt returns. I cannot imaging it did not help his draft stock. Scouts have more to evaluate and he proved he can transition and still perform at a high / higher level.
"I'm going to stay at Texas until they fire me" - Will Muschamp
No doubt the move certainly will help his draft stock. Not sure exactly but I could see him being a middle to late round guy. Speed will be his biggest issue.
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Will probably depend alot on his 40 time. He could be a late round guy though. Hope he gets a shot. He deserves it
"The way I figure it, everyone takes a beating..."
His toughness has been on display more than sticky hands. Depends on just what the pros want. At 6-3, he could put on weight.
tough is good
The two best professional rookies in 2010 and both from Oklahoma City,Oklahoma.
This young man was just awesome for us. He was so tough, talented, and clutch. I hope he gets a shot in the NFL.
Hard to say because there's no way to know what sort of numbers he would have put up had he stayed at PSU. PSU threw the ball more effectively this season and he likely would have been their #1 receiver and he also likely would have been their #1 punt returner. He may not have been on TV as much art PSU, but I don't think that's much of a factor for NFL scouts.
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