Bralon Brown

Wide receiver
Dr. SEC Recruiting Ranking
247 Composite Ranking
High School
St. Thomas Aquinas
Current Team
Ole Miss Rebels

Bralon Brown is a tall, sturdy, and physical wide receiver with who can go up in the air and get the football. He is more straight-line fast than he is laterally sudden or explosive but does have good wiggle for his size.

Although he is not there yet, he has all the tools to be a great route runner. He is rarely challenged in press coverage, but when he is, he is strong enough to muscle through and use his wingspan to make plays. I am not saying this because he is committed to Ole Miss, but he has many of the same qualities in this area, as Laquon Treadwell did.

Bralon has strong hands and a wide reach. He plucks the ball cleanly and will come down with the contested ball most times and when in tight quarters can outmuscle the ball from defenders.

An injury slowed his season down last year but has potential to be a difference-maker vertically due to size/speed combo. On video, he appears to be more of a run and catch guy in the scheme, not the other way around. That isn’t to say he can make things happen with the ball in his hands, but he makes far more plays downfield because he can routinely win one-on-one matchups. He is the type of player who you better know where he’s lined up each time the huddle breaks..

Bralon has a very good combination of size, speed, and toughness. He’s a legit playmaker who is a threat to take it the distance every time he touches the ball. With added bulk and route running refinement, he should only get better. That combined with a frame that will probably have him finish his career in the 205-215 range, the sky is the limit.