The massive and versatile Kerry Brown has caught the eye of Chargers scouts. The team was spotted chatting up Brown at Appalachian State's pro day today. Brown is a huge lineman (6'6" 310lbs) who can play both guard and tackle and is known for punishing his opponents.
A 6-6, 310-pound two-time All-American, Brown earned the Jacobs Blocking Trophy — awarded to the SoCon’s top offensive lineman — for the second-straight year. He helped pave the way for an Appalachian offense that finished as the nation’s top-ranked offense (483.5 ypg). Behind Brown, ASU also ranked among the nation’s top 10 in scoring (42.7 ppg — second), rushing (287.4 ypg — third) and pass efficiency (161.29 — sixth). - Appalachian State Football
Kerry Brown is likely a late round or priority free agent and fits the Chargers mold of going after good linemen from smaller college programs late in the draft. Brown is very strong (32 bench reps of 225lbs) and would fit in well with the Chargers power running game.
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