Data Scout Notes: **2013: AFCA/STPOYC/APLAA2nd...2012: AFCA/MIAA STPOYC/APLAA1st-KR...P1stAA-KR
John Brown/Pittsburg State football Videos
*Automated search based on player first/last name, college team name, football, 3 loading panels, click video to view in full size on this page, watch or fast forward one full video, or open player with red arrow to choose more cuts at the bottom of the big video screen. Click "I'm done watching this" blue link at the top of video to close screen. If available/HQ changes video quality.
Draft Scout John Brown News
07/30/14 - WR John Brown, the third-round pick, has been sensational in camp. In the first padded practice, he caught an 80-yard touchdown pass from Drew Stanton. Brown is fast and while small (5-11, 179) coaches think he is durable enough to go over the middle.
07/27/14 - WR John Brown, a third-round pick, impressed on the first day of training camp. His speed is impressive and he seems to have a good grasp of the offense.
05/12/14 - Wide receiver John Brown, a third round pick out of Pittsburg State, and defensive end Ed Stinson, a fifth-round pick out of Alabama, grew up in the same neighborhood in Homestead, Fla. They hung around together as kids but went to separate high schools. "He and his big brother who passed, all three of us and a couple of my other friends, we all stayed together, played football, street football, basketball or whatever," Stinson said. - The Sports Xchange
05/12/14 - A closer look at the Cardinals' picks: Round 3/91 - John Brown, WR/KR, 5-11, 179, Pittsburg State...Coach Bruce Arians wants another Antonio Brown or T.Y. Hilton, receivers he helped develop in Pittsburgh and Indianapolis. Brown has that kind of speed. He ran the 40 in 4.34 seconds at the combine, second among receivers. He has good hands and Arians said Brown is fearless going over the middle. - The Sports Xchange
04/17/14 - Five players who should be on the San Diego Chargers' draft radar: WR John Brown, Pittsburg State (221, 29): Brown may have a forgettable name but his game certainly is not. Brown earned AP Little-America all-purpose player recognition each of the past three seasons, starring at wide receiver and as a returner, scoring an eye-popping 45 touchdowns in 34 starts. Brown's slight build will lead to questions about his ability to hold up in the NFL but he's proven to be tough and dependable to this point and certainly offers the agility and acceleration to provide a big play spark for a Chargers' offense lacking in this department. Brown wowed scouts at the Combine by clocking in at 4.34 seconds in the 40-yard dash and this speed translates onto the field. Given San Diego's need for a dynamic receiver to take the pressure off of Allen and tight end Antonio Gates, as well as help at kick returner, Brown makes a lot of sense as a Day Three gamble. - Rob Rang, The Sports Xchange