Data Scout Notes: 2019: (+) Coming off 2019 Foot Surgery...01-02-19 - Announced Early Entry into 2019 NFL Draft...2017: HMC
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02/18/19 - Former Oklahoma receiver Marquise Brown will not be able to show off his speed later this month at the NFL scouting combine. According to a report from ESPN's Adam Schefter, Brown recently had surgery to repair a lisfranc injury and will not be able to participate in the combine or Oklahoma's pro day. Brown essentially confirmed the news with a quote tweet response to Schefter. It's possible Brown suffered the injury in Oklahoma's win over Texas in the Big 12 Championship. Brown attempted to play on his injured foot in the Sooners' Orange Bowl loss to Alabama, but was ineffective and eventually was replaced by Charleston Rambo. Despite dealing with a few different injuries over the course of the season, Brown totaled 1,318 yards and 10 touchdowns in his final season with Oklahoma. He's currently projected to be a first-round pick, although it's unclear how his lack of participation in the combine will impact his draft stock. - Dallas News
01/02/19 - Oklahoma receiver Marquise Brown will skip his senior season and declare himself eligible for the NFL Draft. Brown made the announcement Wednesday on social media. Brown, whose cousin is Pittsburgh Steelers star Antonio Brown, is nicknamed "Hollywood" for his flashy play and the name of his hometown, Hollywood, Florida. In two seasons, he caught 132 passes for 2,413 yards and 17 touchdowns. He leaves sixth in school history in career yards receiving. This season, he joined Ryan Broyles as the only Oklahoma receivers to gain more than 1,000 yards receiving in a season more than once. He's only listed at 5-foot-10 and 168 pounds, but after a breakout sophomore season, he got stronger in the offseason and improved his route running. This season, he caught 75 passes for 1,318 yards and 10 scores and was named a first-team AP All-American. The yardage total was fourth in school history for a single season. - AP College Football
12/01/18 - WR Marquise Brown, Oklahoma's leading receiver who has battled an ankle sprain for most of the season, left Saturday's 39-25 victory over Texas with an injury. Brown limped to the bench late in the third quarter after taking a bit hit following a reception. The junior returned to the bench on crutches and in street clothes during the fourth quarter. Sooners coach Lincoln Riley did not have any immediate details, calling it a "lower-body injury.''
10/16/18 - WR Marquise Brown is fourth nationally in yards per game with 112.5; he is first in the nation among players averaging at least four receptions per game with 22.7 yards per catch. Brown has had 12 receptions of at least 50 yards since the start of last season, best in the country by four.
09/17/18 - WR Marquise Brown leads the nation with 10 receptions of at least 50 yards since the start of last season, and with seven touchdown catches of 50 or more yards. This season, Brown has four catches of 40 or more yards, including touchdown catches of 75, 65 and 58 yards. Brown's 1,507 yards are the most for an OU receiver through his first 16 games of his career. The second-place receiver on that list had 1,107 through 16 games.