NFL Draft Diamonds Scouting Report: Trevon Brown, WR, East Carolina University
NFL Draft Diamonds Profile & Scouting Report by Matt Anzio
- Player- Trevon Brown
- School: ECU
- Position: WR
- Height: 6’1
- Weight: 211 lbs
- Draft: 2019
- Projected 40: 4.48
- Projected Round: 7 – UDFA
Stats & Awards
2017- All American Conference 2nd team. Voted on by the coaches.
Leading the team in a eye opening 9 different stats including 60 Catches, 1069 yard, 7 TD’s, 17.8 YPC, All purpose yards 1,539, 89.1 yds receiving yds per game, 452 KR yds and all purpose yds per game 128. Had 100 or more yards in 6 games. NCAA ranked 14th overall in the nation receiving yds.
2016- Sat out his Sophomore year.
Ineligible for something to do with scholarship, i believe but was projected to be their number 1 Wide out.
Only really has the 1 year of production under his belt.
It was a very dominating year with both speed and power.
He can be the sleeper of the year. He will get on many teams radar with another quality year, in his SR season at ECU.
Not just your Typical Z Wide or another burner on the outside.Trevon possesses the ball skills needed to become a force to be met. Also a beast that can bulldoze his way thru tacklers getting the 1st down or TD. Powerful, stout muscular upper body arms with strong reliable hands.
Do not expect him to have such quick feet agile body movement.
Explosive kick return specialist that has a turbo button when he gets in the open field. Can stiff arm and break tackles on returns and has very fluid hips and body control. Smooth out of breaks see’s the holes in the D & he is gone. Gives 100% on every play on r ST.
One of my absolute fav sleepers in this draft. I will be paying close attention to what he does to encore a terrific JR yr.I can see him moving from UDFA status up to rd 5-6. I’m all in on Trevon Brown, like former ECU alumni Zay Jones he is a beast but he has a lot more speed but same type of ability to get open with his movement skill set. He also has less tread on the tires.
A WR that will be forever known as the player with 6 TD’s in one game. Which was a school record and an eye opener for any who didn’t know who he was. Should be primed for a breakout 2018-19 season for the Pirates.