Noah Brown Snapshot

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Snapshot Profile: Noah Brown
By Tony Gerdeman

Player: Noah Brown
School: Pope John XXIII (Sparta, NJ) Position: Wide Receiver

Measurables
Ht: 6-2 Wt: 212
40-yard dash: 4.58
20-yard shuttle: N/A
Vertical jump: 25.3
Ranking
Rivals: 4-Star #9 ATH
Scout: 4-Star #24 WR
247Sports: 4-Star #13 ATH
ESPN: 4-Star #40 ATH

Statistics
2013: 33 receptions 661 yards 12 TDs; 65 rushes 506 yards 7 TDs
2012: 41 receptions 630 yards 4 TDs; 98 rushes 847 yards 13 TDs

Notable
First-Team All-State receiver.

Offers
Ohio State, Michigan State, Wisconsin, Virginia Tech, Georgia Tech, Missouri, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Pittsburgh, Penn State, Rutgers, South Carolina, USC, Virginia, North Carolina.

Compares To
Roy Hall, David Boston, Brandon Saine

Scouting Report
Decent speed for a player of his size. He played all over the field in high school, including running back. He is a powerful receiver who is able to take quick passes and gain extra yards because of his ability to carry tacklers. He is reminiscent of former Illinois receiver Arrelious Benn, but not quite as fast.

Immediate Projection
Because of his size, Brown will be more physically ready to play than most freshman receivers. His versatility could find him a spot on the depth chart pretty early because he can play inside or out.

Highlights

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