NFL Combine Measurements and Analysis on Jamon Brown

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Photo: Tim Haag/CardinalSportsZone.com

Offensive lineman Jamon Brown did not participate in any of the drills at the NFL Combine, but he did go through the measurements and NFL.com has a breakdown of his analysis at the pro level.

Height: 6’4

Arm Length: 34 3/8”

Weight: 323 lbs

Hands: 9 3/4”

Analysis from NFL.com

STRENGTHS

Thick, wide frame. “Run-around” defenders have a long way to go to get around him. Adequate power in lower half to get initial push.

WEAKNESSES

Doesn’t consistently unlock power. Has length but doesn’t use it. Slow to process stunts. Struggles when defender gets to his edge.

Click to read more of Brown’s strengths and weaknesses on NFL.com. 

BOTTOM LINE

Intriguing tackle/guard prospect. His mass and athletic limitations are best-suited inside and his quickness off the snap could be an indicator that Brown’s best football could be ahead of him. With a wider base and better body control, Brown could become a starting guard or potential tackle in power scheme.

Grade from NFL.com

5.28 – NFL backup or special teams potential.

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