Every college football career is unique in some way or another, but few players have had a more arduous time at the University of Florida than cornerback Jeremy Brown. A four-star prospect out of Orlando (Fla.) Boone in 2008, Brown was in line to hold the starting position that would eventually go...[details]
The Good: Possesses ideal size and speed. Has the athleticism to develop into a No. 1-type receiver with his impressive overall skill set. Gets up to speed quickly and is consistently able to run past defenders deep. Tracks the deep ball well out of the air and has the body control to adjust to a poorly thrown ball. The Bad: More of a one trick pony at this stage. Is very raw as a short and intermediate route runner and consistently slows down in and out of his breaks. Lacks great hands and lets the ball get into his body too often.