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Marquise Brown Age, Height and Weight

Player: Marquise Brown

Position: Wide Receiver

Height: 5'10"

Weight: 168 lbs

College: Oklahoma Sooners

Age: 21

Marquise Brown Stats

Marquise Brown arrived at Oklahoma in 2017 and made an immediate impact. He led the team with 1,095 receiving yards and hauled in seven touchdowns in his first season in Norman. His 2017-18 numbers earned him an All-Big 12 Honorable Mention, and he followed this up with AP, ESPN, and Sports Illustrated First-Team All-American status recognition in 2018. In his final collegiate season, he posted 1,318 yards and 10 touchdowns on 75 receptions. 

Brown is a speed threat who has developed adept route running that should translate well at the NFL level. A fair comparison would be Indianapolis Colts WR T.Y. Hilton, as someone who has the ability to run past safeties, yet still understands the nuances of defeating coverage. 

However, Brown does have some major concerns with health issues. While he doesn't have a history of injuries, surgery to repair a recent LisFranc injury has now caused him to opt out of appearing at the 2019 NFL Scouting Combine. 

Marquise Brown Highlights

Marquise Brown NFL Draft Projection

Mid-to-Late First Round

Marquise Brown Draft Predictions

Green Bay Packers (No. 12), Oakland Raiders (No. 24), Philadelphia Eagles (No. 25)

Brown's foot injury could drop his draft stock, but Mel Kiper Jr.'s Mock Draft 2.0 still had Brown projected as a Top-15 pick. There just aren't many teams in a position to take a luxury offensive player like Brown in the early first round this year. The Packers are a good fit, as Brown could be a lid-lifting slot receiver to take over Randall Cobb's role. Aaron Rodgers also hasn't really had someone with serious speed at his disposal in recent seasons in Green Bay.

The Raiders are in need of a No. 1 receiver after trading Amari Cooper to the Dallas Cowboys last season. The Raiders were relying on Jordy Nelson and Seth Roberts to anchor their receiving core, but it just didn't work out. 

The Philadelphia Eagles desperately needed explosive plays in the passing game that just weren't there consistently last year. Brown would be their deep threat opposite Alshon Jeffery and Golden Tate, should he be re-signed. But if the Eagles aren't able to lock up Tate, Brown could start his career in the slot position there as well.

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