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Draft Scout Jaron Brown News
12/17/14 - WR Jaron Brown is missing practice time this week because of a toe injury. His status for Sunday likely will be questionable.
12/07/14 - WR Jaron Brown atoned for dropping a wide-open touchdown pass in Seattle two weeks ago by hauling in the game-clinching 26-yard field goal Sunday against the Chiefs. "It always feels good to get a touchdown, period," Brown said. "I had a short memory of that last one, but yeah, it definitely feels good to get in there."
08/19/14 - WR Jaron Brown has four catches for 101 yards in two games. He scored once and his three other catches came on touchdown drives.
03/16/13 - 2013 Clemson Pro Day: Jaron Brown, WR (6-2 3/8, 204 pounds) - Brown ran the 40-yard dash in 4.43 and 4.40 seconds. He had a 35 1/2-inch vertical, a 10-foot-4 broad jump, a 4.07-second short shuttle, a 6.82-second three-cone drill and did 17 reps of 225 pounds. “He looked good catching the ball. He was not invited to the combine, but he had a good work out,” NFL.com’s Gil Brandt said. - Gil Brandt, NFL.com
03/08/13 - 2013 Clemson Pro Day: Jaron Brown isn’t projected highly on anyone’s draft board, but that doesn’t mean NFL scouts don’t want his opinion, as he found out Thursday morning. During an interview session on Clemson’s Pro Day, one scout asked Brown which teammate he’d select in the draft – sophomore Sammy Watkins or junior DeAndre “Nuk” Hopkins? “I said, ‘Nuk,’ ” Brown said. “Why?” he was asked. “Because he’s eligible for the draft,” Brown said.
Smart play by Brown, who later impressed with a few more smart plays that resulted in one of the more notable Pro Day showings among the 12 former Tigers who participated at Clemson’s new indoor practice facility.
Showing off his agility and skills in front of representatives from 31 of the NFL’s 32 teams, Brown turned some heads by clocking an unofficial 4.29 in the 40-yard dash (later officially declared a 4.4), then leaping a personal-best 35˝ inches in the vertical jump. He followed that up with the best efforts of the day in the L-drill (an L-shaped shuttle run) and the standing broad jump. “I wanted to come out and showcase my talents,” Brown said. “I think I did a pretty good job.” No question there. Brown’s 40 time was the best of the day as well, and his vertical jump was second only to a 37-inch leap turned in by tight end Brandon Ford. - Scott Keepfer, The Greenville News