Keenen Brown, TE, Texas State #6

6022, 249, 4.78

Notes: Born in Baton Rouge, LA, he graduated from high school in Houston, TX. Had offers from Oklahoma, Oregon, Florida, LSU, Wisconsin, Ole Miss, Arkansas and Michigan State but chose Oklahoma State as a 205-pound wide receiver. Redshirted in 2014. Did not play in 2015 after suffering a Lisfranc sprain in his foot. Moved from receiver to Cowboy back in the spring of 2016. Caught 2 passes for 47 yards in 2016. Caught 4-56 in 2017. Graduate transfer to Texas State in 2018. In 12 games, he caught 51 passes for 577 yards and 5 touchdowns, and rushed 8-75-2 in 2018. Was granted an additional year of eligibility but opted to enter the draft after coaching changes at Texas State.

Positives: Good athlete. Former wide receiver who catches the ball naturally. Shows good hands. Can go up for the ball. Good maneuverability and above average speed. Very effective runner after the catch. Breaks tackles and does not go down easily. Strong, physical blocker. Can help on pass protection, chip off the edge and engage defenders and sustain well one-on-one. Graded out very well, earning Pro Football Focus first-team All-America recognition at tight end. Highly versatile.

Negatives: Lacks great size and elite suddenness. Needs refinement and work in the weight room. Has improved but still has room to improve his overall physical condition.

Summary: Has potential as a flex-tight end with some natural talent and upside potential.

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