2010 NFL Combine: Troy’s Levi Brown Can Shine With Many QBs Not Throwing

February 26, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With the "strategy" that is involved with many quarterbacks skipping the throwing aspect of the NFL Scouting Combine to throw at their respective Pro Day, it gives the more unknown quarterbacks a better chance to showcase their arm in Indianapolis and Troy's Levi Brown may be one of those benefactors.
Brown played in the Sun Belt Conference, which is one of the smaller college markets, but his skill set propelled him to an impressive two-year showing with Troy and a phone call inviting him to the combine.
He may have the height that NFL teams desire at 6'4", but his weight needs to increase a bit since his is on the lighter side at 220 pounds.
Increasingly more top-tier quarterbacks have said they are not throwing at the combine, including: Tim Tebow, Sam Bradford, Jimmy Clausen, Dan LeFevour, and Colt McCoy—which works to Brown's advantage.
This leaves Cincinnati's Tony Pike as the top quarterback that everyone will be watching, but Brown can easily make a na...

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