Virginia Beach standout Robert Brown from Tallwood High School has the tools to be a pretty good…
Video Interview: Eric Brown
Eric is a very good athlete who is working hard at getting bigger and stronger and should put up some decent numbers this year catching the ball. Eric is not a burner who will stretch the field on long bombs, but he looks very good as a tall, possession receiver capable of going over the middle and moving the chains. His straight-line speed is lacking a little, however he is an explosive athlete who can move around and change directions well, as seen by his 4.57-second short-shuttle time at the Scout.com Baltimore combine.
Scout.com caught up with Brown after day 2 of the Dre Bly Football Camp. Check out his interview below.
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