Here is some mighty fine praise. When asked who his "favorite" player in the 2013 NFL Draft class is, Matt Miller responded "Too many to count. Love watching Tavon Austin and Arthur Brown."
While I wouldn't go that far, Brown has impressed me a great deal on tape. He could really surprise people and go in the initial half of the first round.
When looking at it through a Buffalo Bills perspective, our very own Chris Trapasso had this to say about Brown:
Say what you want about Arthur Brown, but he's not undersized. 6'0'', 241 at Combine. lists NaVorro Bowman 6'0'', 242
In all honesty, that is the first thing that stuck out to me on tape. Brown reminds me a great deal of the 49er' All-Pro. In fact, I wouldn't be surprised if Buffalo took a look at the Kansas State product in the top 10.
On the other hand, Daniel Jeremiah of NFL.com doesn't see Brown as a first-round pick in the draft:
Watched 1 more tape on K-State LB Arthur Brown…sideline-to-sideline range, instinctive, productive…inconsistent take-on player. Top 2nd rd
It really is interesting to see the divide between experts here, but I would hedge my bets that Browns ends up going off the board midway through the initial round.
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