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Everette Brown - DE Florida State, Junior

Height: 6'2" DOB: 08/07/1987
Weight: 256lbs Age: 27

Pick #43

Arm Hand 40 Yard 10 Yard Bench Press Vert Jump Broad Jump 3 Cone Short Shuttle Long Shuttle Wonderlic KEI
33" 10 1/4" 4.73s N/A 26 N/A 9' 6" N/A N/A N/A 21 N/A

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Size Run Stuffing
Speed Pass Rushing
Strength Tackling
Athleticism Attitude/Effort


Scouting Report
Brown really came on strong this year, and is riding that right into the NFL.. He's sort of that typical Florida state hybrid rush end.  They get after the quarterback like made, and put up big stats.  Brown is a little squatty, measuring up just a smidge under 6-2 when FSU had mis listed at 6-4 all year, so he seems far better suited to play a 3-4 OLB than a 4-3 DE.  He doesn't hold up well enough at the point of attack in the run game.  His book of pass rush moves is extensive, and his ability to mix it up, using double moves is impressive.  He is a solid athlete, so even though he hasn't really been asked to do so, he looks to be able to drop in coverage and run with backs and tight ends.  Ultimately, Brown's money is going to made by making plays on the QB, and he looks to be a guy who can do that at the next level.

Draft Status
Brown looks to be taking advantage of a rush of 3-4 defenses, and a down year for defensive ends.  He's a solid first round prospect, and should be pretty productive for a 3-4 team that is looking for that edge rushing OLB.  If he were a little taller, he could probably convert to a 4-3 as well, but I just have a feeling those teams are going to want a player who can stop the run better, shed blocks better, and is a little bigger.  Regardless, the NFL loves athletes, and Brown certainly qualifies.

Final analysis
Coming soon…

Reminds me of: Parys Haralson
Who?  Yeah, I know, if you don't follow the Niners you might not know him, but as a pass rush specialist, Haralson has become very effective.  Like Haralson, I don't know if Brown is an every down player, but in a league where sacks are so coveted, Brown can be rock solid. 

Red Flags: None

Scouting Report written by Curtis Popejoy

Career Statistics

Year Games Tackles TFL Sacks
2005 - - - -
2006 13 27 13.5 3
2007 13 37 11.5 6.5
2008 13 36 21.5 13.5
Stats from cfbstats.com

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