2021 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about SPENCER BROWN: Northern Iowa, 6084 314 4.94. Two-and-a-half-year starter, Lenox, IA. Played 8-man football in high school. An injury his sophomore year limited him to just six games. Covid-19 led to the cancellation of Northern Iowa’s 2020 fall season. Rather than play a condensed spring season, Brown elected to participate in the Senior Bowl and enter the draft. Overall, he will likely not hit his ceiling until year two or three in the NFL, but he has rare traits and Pro Bowl upside. There are only so many humans that are 6084 with his feet and ability to bend their knees, and most of them are playing power forward in the NBA. Elite combination of height, weight, length and athletic ability. Rare flexibility for such a tall lineman. Gets into a three-point stance easily. Sweet feet and has a powerful punch. Has power in his upper body to torque and turn a defender in the run game. Tough, nasty blocker who is always working to finish. Despite his ability to cover up just about any outside speed rush, he has a really bad habit of opening up and oversetting, giving the rusher easy access inside. Although he is flexible, he will never have great leverage and knock off in the run game. Will see a big jump in play speed from Northern Iowa to the NFL and may need development time as a rookie with the year off. Senior Bowl notes: Looked rusty early in the week. In fact, the first day of one-on-ones he got bulled over which brought him back to life. He then showed his athleticism that puts him in a whole new class of edge protectors. Got his hands up, punched with his long arms, and controlled pass rushers. Very coachable. Ascending player. Was the top offensive lineman athletically at the scattered Combine this year. Second/third round. (A-34, H-10 3/8, BP-29, 10-1.69).