2015 NFL DRAFT
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Jammal Brown

Height: 6-6 | Weight: 316 | College: Oklahoma
 
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Overview

Positives … Long-limbed athlete with wide hips, big bubble, thick thighs and calves, low body fat and broad shoulders. … Well-proportioned with big bones and the frame to carry at least another twenty pounds of bulk. … Power-oriented blocker who has developed an aggressive nature. … Smooth and sudden coming out of his stance and has above average lateral range. … Maintains balance on the move and is very fluid when having to redirect and recover working in-line. … Plays with a flat back and is very effortless unwinding out of his stance. … Sometimes, he is late off the ball, but he compensates with his above average lateral range. … Plays with very good leverage and locks on to the defender with force. … Has exceptional balance and gets to the collision point instantly when working on the edge in pass protection. … Displays the hand punch to immediately shock the defender and is very sudden when redirecting and recovering inside. … In 2004, he showed marked improvement in picking up stunts and the edge rush. … Also has improved greatly in his ability to chip and land when working in the second level … Shows very good explosion off the snap, getting into the defender with force and suddenness. He is quick to gain advantage, displaying proper knee bend a flat back to unwind out of his stance with ease. … Shows the ability to mirror and slide, doing a good job of redirecting. … Displays the ability to play over his feet, as he is rarely on the ground, doing a solid job of using his hands to tie up his opponent. … Can easily roll his hips, which allows him to generate explosion on contact. … Physical striker on the move, doing a nice job of adjusting to recover when beaten. … Has the ability to be a very effective cut and reach blocker when he plays with alertness (sometimes gets hesitant, making him look slow to engage). … Has the blend of power and quick feet needed to lock out and get in front on pulls. … Possesses impressive lateral range and unwinds out of his stance with ease to clear the rush lanes. … Quick to chip and land on his targets when working in the second level. … His ability to redirect and suddenly change direction makes him dominate at the collision point. … Flashes a strong punch and lock-out ability. He has enough quickness to recoil and recover inside and brings his hands up properly to shock and jolt, especially when on the move.

Negatives. … Still works more on instinct and needs to grasp the mental aspect of the game better, but he has made steady progress since moving over to the offense as a freshman. … While he plays with good aggression, he is slow to digest plays, at times, making him look sluggish getting off the snap. … Struggles in the classroom and does not seem to grasp the mental aspect of the game, compensating with his quickness and power to get the job done. … Can get a little sloppy with his blocking angles upon departure, but plays with good leverage to neutralize the defender. … Will get a little inconsistent with his punch (takes lazy sets), but he gets to the collision point very effectively. … When he does not recognize the defensive scheme, he is slow to engage the defender. … Slow with his angle of departure and can be frozen by defensive line games. … Will sometimes miss the count and move too early, resulting in costly penalties. … Needs to get stronger and more physical in his game. … Is prone to overextend in pass protection, especially when facing a double move.

2004 Season

First-team All-American selection by The NFL Draft Report, American Football Coaches Association and Sports Illustrated, adding second-team honors from The Sporting News and Walter Camp … Consensus All-Big Twelve Conference first-team choice … Had the highest season grade for blocking consistency (88.5) among Oklahoma's offensive linemen, as he finished with a team-high 127 knockdown blocks and just one sack allowed … Helped the offense average 439.4 yards per game while starting every game at right tackle.

2003 GAME Analysis

North Texas … Made nine knockdowns in the first half, including one that dropped massive nose guard Brandon Kennedy on Jason White's 64-yard touchdown bomb to Brandon Jones, as the team totaled 391 yards in the season opener.

UCLA … Shoved defensive end David Ballout of the way to spring tailback Renaldo Works for a 15-yard touchdown run in the first quarter and later, Jammal ran down UCLA linebacker Spencer Havner to make the tackle at the end of a 72-yard interception return.

Iowa State … Executed a chop block on defensive tackle Jordan Carstens (Carstens would suffer a leg injury), giving Jason White time to hit Mark Bradley with a 39-yard scoring pass as the Sooners gained 613 yards.

Missouri … Cut back to the left side to bring down linebacker James Kinney, freeing White from the defender's grasp in order to throw a 39-yard touchdown pass to Mark Clayton, as the offense amassed 424 yards and Brown registered 15 knockdowns.

Oklahoma State … Produced thirteen knockdowns and shoved defensive end Antonio Smith to the ground, creating a hole between right tackle and guard that was used by Kejuan Jones for a 3-yard scoring burst … The offense collected 446 yards for the day.

Baylor … Took down defensive end Khari Long with a crunching forearm blast on White's 47-yard touchdown pass to Mark Clayton, finishing with ten knockdowns as the team generated 364 yards.

2003 Season

First-team All-Big Twelve Conference choice by the Associated Press and Dallas Morning News, adding second-team honors by the league's coaches … Enjoyed an outstanding sophomore season and positioned himself for postseason honors in future campaigns as the season-long starter at right tackle … Recorded 80 knockdown blocks and just one penalty … Did not allow a sack … Opened holes for Oklahoma's first 1,000-yard rusher (Quentin Griffin) since Bob Stoops became the head coach and helped increase OU's yards per carry average by a full yard over 2001 … Part of a line that surrendered just 18 sacks (less than two per game), helping the offense gain 5496 yards, an average of 392.6 yards per game.

2002 Season

Saw his first significant action of the season when he played several series at right tackle against Nebraska in the season's eighth game … Became a regular reserve on the offensive line after the Nebraska game and often shared time with fellow freshman, Jerod Fields.

2001 Season

Reported to camp as OU's partial qualifier but was subsequently cleared by the NCAA … Suffered a knee injury during two-a-days which kept him out of early practice and the coaches decided to redshirt him … Spent the year adjusting to offensive tackle after being originally recruited as a defensive lineman.

Injury Report

2000: Sat out the season with a knee sprain that he suffered during fall camp.

2004: Suffered a left shoulder strain in the Orange Bowl vs. Southern California.

Track

Sociology major, enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences … Son of Charles Brown …

Born 3/30/81 … Resides in Lawton, Oklahoma.

High School

CAMPUS: 5.01 in the 40-yard dash … 405-pound bench press … 380-pound hang clean … 29-inch vertical jump … 8'9" broad jump. COMBINE- 5.06 in the 40-yard dash … 2.94 20-yard dash … 1.77 10-yard dash … 4.67 20-yard shuttle … 7.93 three-cone drill … 31.5-inch vertical jump … 9'1" broad jump … 34 -inch arm length … 9 1/8-inch hands … 12 Wonderlic score.

Personal

Attended MacArthur (Lawton, Okla.) High School … Regarded as one of the top ten high school defensive tackles in the nation … Earned first-team All-State honors as a defensive tackle from the Tulsa World and high school coaches association … Rated as the fifth-best defensive lineman in the Midlands by Prep Star and eighth-best player in the Midlands by Super Prep … Named as the second-best player in the state by First Down Publications … Second-team All-State selection by the Daily Oklahoman as an offensive lineman … Played both sides of the ball and ended his final high school season with 70 unassisted tackles, nine sacks and 15 quarterback hurries.

 
 

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