2015 NFL DRAFT

Braden Brown, OT

School: Brigham Young  |  Conference: FBS Independents
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Salt Lake City, UT
Height/Weight: 6-6 / 310 lbs.
Projected Ranking
OverallPositionProj. Rnd.
326257-FA
2012 Season
Earned letterman honors ... started in all 13 games ... earned FBS All-Independent team honors and Phil Steele All-independent Second Team for second-straight year ... part of an offensive line that blocked for over 150 rushing yars per game including a 396-yard season best vs. Hawai'i ... helped passing game top 300 yards five times during the season ... earned invite to the 2013 East-West Shrine game and NFL Scouting Combine.
2011 Season
Earned letterman honors as a junior ... started in all 13 games ... earned Phil Steele All-Independent Second Team ... helped BYU rank No. 5 in third-down conversions (51.31 percent) ... part of offensive line that blocked for 160.31 rushing yards per game and five games over 200 yards ... offensive line No. 9 in tackles for loss allowed per game (4.31) and No. 24 in total sacks allowed (17.0) ... part of a offensive line that allowed zero sacks in five games and two or fewer in 10 games.
2010 Season
Earned letterman honors as a sophomore ... started in all 13 games ... Academic All-MWC ... helped BYU rank No. 3 in MWC and No. 42 nationally averaging 168.1 rushing yards per game ... helped BYU rank No. 3 in MWC and No. 34 nationally with 283 first downs ... helped BYU rank No. 4 in MWC (No. 1 in MWC games) and No. 21 nationally with 46.2 third-down conversion percentage, including a 12-of-13 (.923) day against CSU ... helped BYU rank No. 2 in MWC and No. 15 nationally with 88.0 red zone percentage ... helped BYU achieve seven 200-yard rushing games this season, the most for BYU since 2001, including an average of 198.5 yards in eight MWC games ... helped BYU hold opponents to zero sacks in four games and two or fewer in 11 games
2009 Season
Earned letterman honors as a freshman ... saw action in all 13 games on the season, including two starts at right tackle ... Academic All-MWC ... switched to offensive line from the tight end position midway through the season ... played for an offensive unit that led the conference and ranked No. 17 nationally in passing per game (281.46) and No. 21 in total offense (427.15) ... part of a unit that averaged only 1.77 sacks per game ... vital part of an offensive line that helped BYU lead the nation with a 55.62 third-down conversion percentage on the season.
2008 Season
Redshirted 2008 season ... received the Bill McNabb Personal Best Offensive Scout Award.
High School
Under the direction of head coach Brody Benson, helped lead the Rams to the 4-A State Championship game ... A Salt Lake Tribune 4-A first-team All-State selection as a senior ... earned first-team All-State honors by the Deseret Morning News ... totaled 279 yards receiving and six touchdowns ... also led the Rams in tackles ... started three straight years at Judge Memorial High School before attending Highland HS ... named the offensive MVP at the 2002 BYU summer camp and the defensive MVP at the 2000 BYU summer camp.

Personal

Son of Les and Sheralyn ... older brother of current BYU tight end Trevor Brown ... older brother, Les, was an Academic All-American basketball player at Westminster College ... participated in a service project with Engage Now Service Expedition to Cuenca, Ecuador to help build a school, build irrigation systems and taught young villagers how to play football ... speaks Spanish ... majoring in exercise and wellness ... recruited by Oregon, UCLA, Utah State, Washington and Washington State ... called to San Juan, Puerto Rico mission ... married to wife Rachel.

 
 
LATEST NEWS
04/17/2013 - 2013 NFL DRAFT: 124 FBS PROGRAMS, 124 POSSIBLE UNDRAFTED ROOKIE FREE AGENTS: BYU: OT Braden Brown (6-5, 310, 5.20)...Recruited as a tight end out of high school, Brown moved to the offensive line as a freshman and started the past three seasons at right tackle, flashing workable NFL tools. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com

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