Brown's a solid WR prospect that wins vertically more often than not. He's not a refined route-runner, but he adds enough nuance to his routes that it's enough to freeze CFB DBs on downfield routes. He'll add a head nod or jab his foot into the ground at the top of his break, which is just enough for him to freeze the DB and blow past them. It's unclear whether or not that will routinely work against NFL DBs though. However, in his underneath routes, he lacks twitch or refinement and is often rounding out his routes. This will be enough for NFL corners to be able to get in and make a play on the ball. Does well when he has momentum on his side, but lacks overall top-end burst or agility. Will be asked to stretch the field due to his skillset and ability to track the ball while it's in the air, but he might not have the overall speed measurables that NFL teams will want. Questionable receiving ability underneath, especially in tight windows. Tends to get spooked and also relies on body catches from time to time. Several drops on tape when trying to reel in throws in the short to intermediate levels, but shows great receiving ability downfield. As mentioned, tends to get spooked and drop passes when he feels pressure in his face. Didn't shield off defenders well, especially against Syracuse, and allowed defenders to get their hands in on the pass. However, able to reel in tough catches downfield easily with a defender trailing him. Able to pull away from defenders downfield after the catch when he has momentum built up, but he won't be able to pull away from defenders after the catch in the short passing game. Just simply doesn't have the burst or agility to succeed in this area. Good understanding of how to utilize rocker steps and get the defender on their heels in press. Never faced truly aggressive press coverage on the tape I watched, but had a good understanding of how to create space and separation at the line on the tape that I watched. Might not succeed against NFL DBs that are faster and shiftier than him at the LOS, but showed good technique. Excellent at tracking the ball deep downfield and locating the football while it's in the air. Able to slow his momentum enough to put himself in position to make a play on the ball. As mentioned, good speed when he's able to build up momentum, but is unlikely to test well at his pro day. Overall, Brown should be a valuable depth WR for a NFL offense, but he's unlikely to have the testing numbers that match up with his skillset.