The 5'10", 168-pound junior earned Associated Press, ESPN and Sports Illustrated first-team All-American honors.
Brown missed the NFL Scouting Combine and Oklahoma pro day after he underwent surgery to repair a Lisfranc injury suffered during the Big 12 Championship Game on Dec. 1. He gutted through it during the Dec. 29 Orange Bowl.
Brown should immediately become one of the NFL's fastest players and a tremendous big-play threat for Baltimore. In two years at OU, he averaged 18.3 yards per reception and scored 17 touchdowns.
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Daniel Jeremiah of NFL Network made the same analogy, noting that he "has a similar build and the same explosive playmaking skills."
While Brown didn't run the 40-yard dash at the combine, Matt Hayes of Bleacher Report reported in October that the ex-Sooner clocked a 4.33-second 40 during his freshman year at the College of the Canyons before transferring to OU.
"He gets the ball even or behind you," Baylor coach Matt Rhule told Hayes, "and you may as well strike up the band."
Brown may not be the best fit for the Ravens at first glance. Baltimore features a run-heavy offense piloted by quarterback Lamar Jackson and supplemented via the running back duo of Gus Edwards and Kenneth Dixon. Wideouts don't see much action in Baltimore, other than blocking duties and the occasional pass.
Still, Brown could add another dimension to the Ravens offense given his game-breaking abilities.