Bryce Brown, Running Back, Tennessee/Kansas State 2012 NFL Draft Scouting Report

This is the official scouting report page for Kansas State running back Bryce Brown, who has left Kansas State and is expected to enter the 2012 NFL Draft.


6’0″ 220 pounds

Scouting Report

When you look at this guy, he definitely has the physical build to play in the NFL. He definitely does not have the college experience, and that’s why I think he probably will not be drafted, but given some time to develop, he has the ability to be a top notch running back. There are plenty of factors that led to Brown getting where he is today: Committing to Miami, de-committing, playing for Tennessee for a year, transferring to Kansas State, and never getting but three carries for the Wildcats. Let me just say, the talent is certainly there with this kid. Size, speed, hands, vision–you name it, he’s got it. He didn’t display it on a consistent basis by any means, but it’s definitely there and while he won’t be drafted, I think he’s going to get a shot in someone’s training camp, but he’s going to have to work really hard to make a roster. The speed of the NFL game is so different, that he could look like a lost kid in the middle of Times Square to start of his career. Brown is the former number one player in the entire country coming out of high school in 2009, and he was picked as this year’s newcomer of the year in the Big 12 before, well, not really playing.

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