The Best Wideout In The Country

Max GrossCorrespondent IOctober 4, 2009

PASADENA, CA - SEPTEMBER 05:  Vincent Brown #80 of San Diego State catches a pass from teamate against the UCLA Bruins at Rose Bowl on September 5, 2009 in Pasadena, California.  (Photo by Jacob de Golish/Getty Images)

San Diego State WR Vincent Brown is in the top 10 in 3 of the 5 major receiving categories. The only other player that has those credentials is Cincinnati Receiver Marshawn Gilyard.

Brown is in his Junior season with the Aztecs and is already on pace for a career year. Brown has had 100 yards receiving in all of his games this season not including today, he only 84.

The junior wide out has tied his career high in yards and eclipsed his high in touchdowns 5 games into the Aztecs 2-3 start.Brown has 19 more receptions and almost 400 more yards than any other Aztec receiver.

At 6 foot 180lbs. Brown is not much of a physical threat but his outstanding speed and ability to catch the ball make him very comparable to NFL secret weapon of the Indianapolis Colts Reggie Wayne who is 6 foot 198 pounds. Brown could add some extra muscle to make him even more of a weapon.

The shining star of the diamond in the rough Aztecs is Vincent Brown he is projected at around 1600 yards which almost 1000 more yards than Darius Heywerd-Bey the top WR in the 2009 draft and 500 more than Micheal Crabtree the #2 wide out.

You should expect at least 5 100 yard performances from Brown as SDSU plays some weak opponents. Vincent Brown is the top WR prospect for both this years draft if he decides to come out and for the 2010 draft.