2020 Guide: What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about CAM BROWN: Penn State, 6052 233 4.69. Two-year starter, Burtonsville, MD. Third-team All-Big 10 in 2019. Lengthy outside linebacker with experience in the box-mostly in the nickel package. Most often used on the edge backed off in the Penn State 4-3. Physical setting the edge versus slot receivers with a quick punch. Uses his long arms to get separation and shed. Solid lateral movement makes him difficult to get around on the perimeter. Aggressive moving downhill and exploding into tackles. Has range to chase in pursuit and make plays on the backside. Solid flat defender once he makes his read getting into his drop with depth. Reads route combinations and closes the void between zones constricting the throwing lane. Fluid flipping his hips to work between short and intermediate routes where his length can disrupt outside throws. Quarterbacks often stay off his area with his imposing length. Effective re-routing slot receivers working up the field. Has blitz skill with a burst to close in chase mode. Shows occasional hesitation reacting at times. Not as good inline as he lacks power to consistently work against offensive linemen. Has some trouble tackling in space as he is often over aggressive and fails to gather before he strikes. Has missed some clean open field shots. Has range to be a factor in kick coverage and this will have to be a factor projecting him. Has backup and sub package potential that with added strength could allow him to develop into a starter. Senior Bowl notes: In practice flashed downhill and shed ability working to the ball. Displayed depth in pass drops and could flip his hips to close voids in zone coverage. A late injury caused him to miss the game. 2019 stats: 72 T, 5.5 TFL, 2 sacks, 4 PBU, 4 QBH, 1 FF. OSR:12/19. Fourth/fifth round. (A-34, H-9 1/2, BP-16, SS-DNP).