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Draft Scout Jamon Brown News
07/24/14 - Other Louisville prospects to watch in 2014: OT Jamon Brown...Earned All-AAC first-team honors after moving from right tackle to start on the left side in 2013. Brown is a mammoth physical specimen with tremendous length and girth, whose extremely wide frame alone makes for an incredibly difficult barrier for speed rushers to get around. He flashes dominant capability as a run-blocker as well, with powerful hands and impressive lower-half power to dictate opponents with ease when he's able to latch on. Brown is certainly a prospect worth keeping an eye on leading up to next year's draft, but heavy feet and limited movement skills probably make him better suited to play guard at the next level. - Derek Stephens, NFLDraftScout.com
12/16/13 - 2013 ALL-AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM (COACHES): OT Jamon Brown, Louisville, Jr., 6-6 350, Fern Creek, Ky./Fern Creek,...Jamon Brown and Jake Smith earned the starting nod in each of the team's eight conference games as did offensive guard and second-team pick John Miller. - Louisville football
08/11/13 - OTHER LOUISVILLE PROSPECTS WORTH WATCHING: OT Jamon Brown (6-5, 337, 5.32)*...Technically raw, highly inconsistent lineman who started all 13 games last season at right tackle. Flashes impressive athleticism and raw power. With refinement, has potential to be special. Former defensive tackle. - Derek Stephens, NFLDraftScout.com