2019 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about MARQUISE BROWN: Oklahoma, 5093 166 4.35. Junior entry and two year starter from Hollywood, FL. Was out of football before beginning his college career along the junior college route. Spent two years with the Sooners and ended his career with a first-team All Big 12 performance. Led the conference in receiving two straight years, averaging over 18 yards per catch. The speed-demon will immediately become one of the fastest players in the NFL. The acceleration and burst will be viewed as a threat anytime he steps foot on the field but his lack of size and strength will make for a tough transition at the next level. If he can add strength and fine-tune his ball skills and route running, he will be a threat. The fear is that he will be too much of a one-trick pony. A free and easy mover with elite, top tier explosion and speed. Skips gears when it comes to acceleration. Really puts a defender on his heels. Has the kind of movement that gives the perception he is on roller blades while others are running in mud. The athletic ability can and will impact the game in several areas. Has shown improvement as a route runner with seamless in and out breaks, rarely losing speed. Works hard to see the ball into his hands. Will extend his body and arms and bring down passes away from his body. Even soaking wet, he falls below many minimum-weight lines for the position. Has always struggled to put on, and keep on pounds. Easily deterred away from his path by a physical defender. The lack of size can make him a complete non-factor at times. Won’t win a lot of battles for the ball in traffic. Inconsistent hands, disappears at times. Still rough around the edges, needs to develop a more refined skill set. Durability can be questioned. 2018 stats: 75-1318, 17.6 ypr, 10 TD. Did not work out at Combine. First/second round. (A-30 1/2, H-9, VJ-DNP, SS-DNP).