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Name: *Orlando Brown 
College: Oklahoma     Number: 78
Height: 6-8   Weight: 345
Position: OT  Pos2: OG
Class/Draft Year: rJr/2018

40 Low: 5.67
   40 Time: 5.85
  40 High: 5.92
Projected Round: 2-3  Stock:    
Rated number 6 out of 81 OT's     71 / 2192 TOTAL
Combine Invite: Yes
Height: 6077
Weight: 345
40 Yrd Dash: 5.85
20 Yrd Dash: 3.29
10 Yrd Dash: 2.00
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 14
Vertical Jump: 19 1/2
Broad Jump: 06'10"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 5.38
3-Cone Drill: 7.87


Dates: 03/14/18
Height: 6077
Weight: 345
40 Yrd Dash: 5.68
20 Yrd Dash: 3.29
10 Yrd Dash: 1.88
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 18
Vertical Jump: 25 1/2
Broad Jump: 07'05"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 
3-Cone Drill: 

 5.48  40 Time Range: 5.68/Ran Once
 Data Scout Notes: 2018: 01-03-18 - Announced Early Entry into 2018 NFL Draft…**2017: OLOYC/OutlandTrophyFinalist/1stC...PMaxwell...**2016: OLOYC/1stC...POutland...2015: HMC
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03/14/18 - Oklahoma Pro Day: Brown was a solid second-rounder, at No. 42, on Brugler's pre-Combine Big Board but fell out of the Top 50 following the event. The consensus opinion at NFLDraftScout dropped Brown to the 10th-best tackle and a third- to fourth-round prospect. He gave scouts more to think about Wednesday. "Going to the Combine, I did horrible," Brown told reporters after Wednesday's workout. "I've been running the 5.6 consistently. I've been benching 18 to 20. This is before the Combine. ... When I went to the Combine, my bench press didn't go well because I got away from my breathing technique. And from there, it just kind of snowballed for me. My mentality was messed up. "And I'm not that type of person. I've had bad plays and bounced back and had a great game. And that shows up on film."

Brown (6-9, 345) was never going to test well, but he needed to not be the worst to maintain his standing as one of the best at his position in a weak draft class for offensive tackles. Even if the 5.63 time in the 40 is legit, it would still be the slowest among offensive linemen who worked out at the Combine, and his improved testing is still below average at the position. "Hopefully, what happened at the Combine doesn't completely represent me with these scouts and coaches," Brown said. "Hopefully they look at Pro Day and they look at the film and understand what type of person I am." - The Sports Xchange

03/14/18 - Oklahoma Pro Day: Oklahoma left tackle Orlando Brown fizzled like no other at this year's NFL Scouting Combine, turning in an historically bad testing performance that left his draft stock in free-fall. He at least partially redeemed himself Wednesday at Oklahoma's Pro Day in Norman, Okla. The mammoth left tackle improved his testing across the board, adding seven inches in the broad jump (7 feet, 5 inches at Pro Day), six inches in his vertical jump (25 1/2 inches) and four reps of 225 pounds in the bench press (18). He also dropped his 40 time from a Combine-worst 5.85 seconds to 5.63, although the latter mark, reported by OU, was hand-timed and not electronically timed, as in Indianapolis at the Combine. What does it all mean for the 2017 first-team All-American?

"There was a lot riding on Brown's on-campus workout," said NFLDraftScout.com senior analyst Dane Brugler. "And he responded with improved numbers across the board, especially in the lower-body explosion drills. At the end of the day, NFL teams who consider drafting Brown will trust the tape over the workout numbers, but his improved times will help justify a team's willingness to believe in the player. "Brown will always be a heavy-footed tackle; that won't change. But with his wide base and wingspan, he is able to compensate. Brown is a tough evaluation because of his skill-set, which has scouts divided on his long-term projection. "While he likely won't be drafted in the top 50 picks, Brown still has a chance to hear his name called on day two of the NFL Draft." - The Sports Xchange

03/06/18 - 2018 NFL Combine Question Marks: Orlando Brown, OT, Oklahoma...A heavy-footed player, Brown didn't have to be the best athlete among the offensive linemen at the Combine, he just couldn't be the worst. And unfortunately for the former Sooner, he turned in a historically poor performance, finishing last in the 40-yard dash (5.85), vertical (19.5 inches), broad jump (6-feet-10), short shuttle (5.38) and bench press (14). Brown is able to compensate for his lack of athleticism on the field with his wide base and wingspan, but the low numbers he posted in Indianapolis will be an anchor on his draft grade, most likely out of the top-two rounds. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com
03/02/18 - 2018 NFL Combine, Friday: On the first day of the NFL Scouting Combine, I tweeted that Oklahoma's Orlando Brown didn't have to be the best athlete at the event to cement his status as one of the draft's top offensive tackles. But he couldn't be among the worst. Brown wasn't just among the worst; he ranked dead last in several athletic testing drills on Friday morning. He ranked last among the offensive linemen in the 40-yard dash (5.85 seconds), bench press (14 reps), vertical jump (19.5-inches) and broad jump (6-feet, 10 inches). His tape shows a heavy-footed athlete with minimal lower body flexibility, so he wasn't expected to test among the best offensive line athletes. But few expected record-low numbers across the board.

At 6-foot-8 and 345 pounds with 9 3/4-inch hands, 35-inch arms and 85 1/8-inch wingspan, Brown is a mountain of a man who compensated for his limited athleticism at Oklahoma with his wide base and reach. And, according to Brown, his mental preparation is also an asset. "My football IQ is some of the best in the country," Brown said. "It's honestly my best asset: how I understand the game. I understand the NFL. I understand these schemes and what's expected. I'm a good learner." Considered a possible first-round pick entering the Combine, his pro projection will be all over the map after Friday's performance. Some teams will trust the tape; others will be scared off. Regardless, Brown knows he needs to play at a high level to see the field. "I'm a guy that understands my job isn't going to just be given to me," he said. "I have to take it." - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com

02/28/18 - 2018 NFL Combine: Interior OL Measures Up to Expectations: Not surprisingly, Orlando Brown from Oklahoma was the biggest man measured Wednesday, topping out at just an eighth of an inch under 6-8 and 345 pounds with 35-inch arms and an 85 1/8-inch wingspan. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com
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