The San Diego Chargers have selected Vincent Brown, WR from San Diego State with the 82nd overall selection in the 2011 NFL Draft.
VINCENT BROWN PROFILE
After a monster senior season, Brown appears to be a sleeper in this year's draft. He is a bit undersized, but fights off the press effectively and has a knack for getting open in both man and zone coverage. He has adequate speed and a bit of a wiggle to make people miss in the open field. His greatest asset is his competiveness, as he plays angry and willingly sacrifices his body to make catches and is a great run blocker. Overall, Brown's physical attributes are less than ideal, but he is tough football player that could sneak into Day 2.
VINCENT BROWN HIGHLIGHTS
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