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Name: Cameron Brown 
College: Ohio State     Number: 26
Height: 6-0   Weight: 190
Position: CB  Pos2: FS
Class/Draft Year: rJr/2023

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

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Height: 6002
Weight: 190

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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: HMC...2020: (+) 10-31-20 Achilles INJ/Out for 2020

 Cameron Brown, Ohio State, Player News

  08/12/21 - CB Cameron BrownrJr/2023, Ohio State, 6-0, 190 (DS#7 CB) + More +

  Cam Brown finally heard a familiar sound again Friday - his name echoing across Ohio State football's practice fields at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center. The junior cornerback heard it twice, actually, after back-to-back pass breakups during the third practice of preseason camp. Those moments must have seemed long overdue for Brown, who only recently returned to full participation. "It's definitely a confidence boost, to hear your name yelled and your teammates are excited for you," Brown said. "Now you're in a rhythm and you just keep going." Brown tore an Achilles tendon in the second game of last season. That injury depleted OSU's veteran depth at a position where it desperately needed some. It also cost Brown his job as nickel back - something he had fought for and won through a trying offseason complicated by the coronavirus pandemic.

It appears, though, that Brown is back in both mind and body. As much as Ohio State needed him last season, it arguably needs him even more now. Brown could open the season starting at outside cornerback opposite Sevyn Banks. Their veteran presence is crucial to a secondary that underwhelmed in 2020 despite the Buckeyes' run to the national championship game. How essential could a healthy Brown be for Ohio State in 2021? Defensive coordinator Kerry Coombs said, "It means everything." "He was playing really well, so it was it was a heartbreaking injury for him," Coombs said. "He worked hard to rehab it. Found himself in a good spot right now. "We are going to be careful. We are going to be cautious. We should be. But at the same time, he's got to knock the rust off, and he's got to get ready to play. But he's fast, he's twitchy, and he's gonna go out there and compete." - Cleveland Plain Dealer


(DS#7 CB) rJr/2023 CB Cameron BrownOhio State
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  08/10/21 - CB Cameron BrownrJr/2023, Ohio State, 6-0, 190 (DS#7 CB) + More +

  On consecutive plays in a drill early in Ohio State's third preseason practice on Friday, cornerback Cameron Brown knocked the ball out of the grasp of a wide receiver. The pass breakups prompted a shout-out from a staff member who broadcasted the feats on the loudspeakers that surround the practice fields outside the Woody Hayes Athletic Center. It felt like affirmation after a long absence. Brown missed most of last season after injuring an Achilles tendon in the Buckeyes' road opener at Penn State and remained limited in spring practices in March and April.

"It's definitely a confidence boost to hear your name yelled and your teammates excited for you," Brown said. His recovery could help a secondary bounce back from an up-and-down stretch in 2020 that saw the Buckeyes rank No. 122 out of 127 Football Bowl Subdivision teams. Brown offers experience as he enters his fourth season with the program and makes for an obvious candidate to fill the outside cornerback spot opposite Sevyn Banks, though he has also seen playing time in the slot. "It means everything," defensive coordinator Kerry Coombs said. "Cam was playing really well last year. People forget that. He had a good camp. He's playing really well. He's going out there playing nickel, playing man-to-man in some tough situations. It was a heartbreaking injury for him." - Columbus Dispatch


(DS#7 CB) rJr/2023 CB Cameron BrownOhio State
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  11/06/20 - CB Cameron BrownrJr/2023, Ohio State, 6-0, 190 (DS#7 CB) + More +

  Ohio State football's Cameron Brown will miss the rest of the season after tearing his Achilles in the Buckeyes' 38-25 win over Penn State according to Lettermen Row's Austin Ward. The junior cornerback went down with a non-contact injury in the fourth quarter and had to be carted off the field. After coming to Columbus as a four-star wide receiver in 2018, Brown had worked his way into the role as a slot cornerback in his third season. He was used primarily on third down in the first two games. Though he's also taken snaps as an outside cornerback and had replaced Sevyn Banks opposite of Shaun Wade at the time of his injury. Brown's injury is a significant hit to a defensive back room that was already short on experience outside of Wade coming into the season. - Cleveland Plain Dealer

(DS#7 CB) rJr/2023 CB Cameron BrownOhio State
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