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Name: LD Brown 
College: Oklahoma State     Number: 0
Height: 5-09   Weight: 205
Position: RB  Pos2: KR
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2022

40 Low: 4.42
   40 Time: 4.52
  40 High: 4.60
Projected Round:   Stock:    

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Height: 5091
Weight: 205

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Dates: 04/01/21
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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: NAC

 LD Brown, Oklahoma State, Player News

  11/07/20 - RB LD BrownrSr/2022, Oklahoma State, 5-09, 205 (DS#26 RB) + More +

  Oklahoma State was missing so many offensive players to injuries this week that coach Mike Gundy joked he took most of the reps at running back, even though he's a 53-year-old ex-quarterback who was hardly known for his wheels. Good thing the Cowboys' defense showed up against Kansas State. Jason Taylor II returned a fumble 85 yards for a touchdown late in the fourth quarter, and Oklahoma State stopped the Wildcats' 2-point try that would have tied the game with 2:08 to go, allowing the No. 14 Cowboys to escape with a 20-18 victory Saturday night that kept their Big 12 title hopes alive.

"We don't ever talk about it," Gundy said, "but they need the credit this week for fighting through where they were and finding aw ay to win on the road and play this game. It's extremely difficult when you don't have your guys practicing, even though they're some veteran guys. You need to practice." Spencer Sanders was held to just 108 yards passing without dynamic wide receiver Tylan Wallace and with running back Chuba Hubbard slowed by an injury. LD Brown helped to pick up the load, running for 110 yards, as Oklahoma State (5-1, 4-1) leaned on a defense that was trampled by Texas a week ago. - AP College Football

(DS#26 RB) rSr/2022 RB LD BrownOklahoma State
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  09/29/20 - RB LD BrownrSr/2022, Oklahoma State, 5-09, 205 (DS#26 RB) + More +

  It's unlikely the Oklahoma State offense will get 60-plus yards from Brown every game, especially if/when quarterback Spencer Sanders returns from an ankle injury. But Brown has showcased he can be more consistent for the Cowboys, which will lead the coaching staff to working him onto the field more often. And that can only be a positive for Hubbard. The Canadian running back was clearly gassed in the final regular season games last season - with his only back-to-back games averaging less than 5 yards per carry coming against West Virginia and Oklahoma.

Hubbard has a quiet 49 carries for 194 yards and two scores this season - at times not looking nearly as explosive as Brown - and part of the reason for his lower numbers are due to the effectiveness of Brown in complementing the running game. Oklahoma State's star tailback will likely get on track, sparking interest again from the NFL scouts, but Brown has gotten onto the radar of those same scouts and on Big 12 defenses. And not having to rely on one bell-cow in the backfield will keep the Cowboys on conference championship contenders, especially in the latter part of the season with two running backs splitting the beating on the ground. - Stillwater Press

(DS#26 RB) rSr/2022 RB LD BrownOklahoma State
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