2019 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about JORDAN BROWN: South Dakota State, 6003 201 4.50. Two year starter from Scottsdale, AZ. Has the size and speed combination NFL teams want. Played a lot of traditional outside third and off-man but also experienced in press coverage. In off coverage displayed a traditional backpedal with quick feet and the ability to adjust pace to maintain cushion. Solid technique with little wasted movement. Shows the ability to adjust pedal to not give up leverage. If cushion breaks down early he can collision and mirror at the break point. Can cut off route breaks and react to double moves. Consistent to stay in phase on deep route. Former wide receiver that reacts to the ball in the air. Gets to the high point for the break up and potential interception. In off technique he is smooth to come out of his pedal into a turn and run. Quick in transition with a sudden break and drive on quick routes underneath. As a press corner can disrupt routes with off-hand jam and mirror cuts. Some inconsistency in press as a quick double move can leave him in the dust. That said he has good recovery ability. Not the most fluid in back pedal and will give up cushion at times. He can get bounced around by a physical receiver and get out fought for a ball. Tackling skill is average. Senior Bowl gave him an opportunity to dispel some concerns and after some early week blips showed up pretty well. Still developing his upside as an FCS prospect. Will be attractive to teams looking for a corner as early as day two. 2018 stats: 29 T, 1 TFL, 12 PBU, 1 FF, 3 INT. BTR:left 4.70, right 4.78. OSR:13/33. Fourth/ fifth round. (A-30 1/2, H-9 5/8, VJ-39.5, SS-DNP).