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Name: Leddie Brown 
College: West Virginia     Number: 4
Height: 5-11   Weight: 216
Position: RB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2022

40 Low: 4.50
   40 Time: 4.58
  40 High: 4.67
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Height: 5112
Weight: 216

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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: PDoakWalker...2020: 1stC/HMC-OPoY

 Leddie Brown, West Virginia, Player News

  10/24/21 - RB Leddie BrownSr/2022, West Virginia, 5-11, 216 (DS#14 RB) + More +

  Leddie Brown ran for three touchdowns, and West Virginia overcame Derius Davis' 100-yard return for a score on the opening kickoff in a 29-17 victory over TCU on Saturday night. Brown's 1-yard plunge put the Mountaineers (3-4, 1-3 Big 12) ahead for good in the second quarter and helped them avoid matching their worst start in Big 12 play since joining the league nine years ago. Max Duggan threw two interceptions - equaling his total from the first six games - as the Horned Frogs (3-4, 1-3) lost for the fourth time in five games. Three of the losses have been at home. TCU also lost a fumble to end any hopes of a late rally. Two weeks after getting blown out at Baylor, West Virginia was behind right away in a second consecutive game in Texas after Davis took off from the goal line, veered left around the TCU 35 and outran Sean Mahone down the left sideline.

The Mountaineers, who coach Neal Brown said got a boost mentally from the week off, had an answer. Jarret Doege, who threw for 257 yards, connected with Sean Ryan on a 44-yarder to set up the first of three field goals from Casey Legg. Brown's first TD, a 5-yarder, gave West Virginia its first lead at 10-7 in the final seconds of the first quarter. Brown had 111 yards on 24 carries as the Mountaineers finished with 229 yards on the ground after coming in last in the Big 12 at 111 per game. Backup quarterback Garrett Greene had a 67-yard run to set up Legg's second field goal. Duggan's interceptions led to West Virginia's first nine points after halftime when the Horned Frogs trailed 20-17 at the break. TCU was shut out in the second half. - West Virginia/AP College Football


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  09/18/21 - RB Leddie BrownSr/2022, West Virginia, 5-11, 216 (DS#14 RB) + More +

  Jarret Doege threw two touchdown passes, Leddie Brown rushed for 106 yards and a score and West Virginia survived No. 15 Virginia Tech's furious rally from a 20-point deficit to beat the Hokies 27-21 on Saturday. The Mountaineers (2-1) built a 27-7-point lead midway through the third quarter but saw that mostly evaporate behind Virginia Tech's Braxton Burmeister. Burmeister threw for two scores, including a 29-yard TD toss to Jalen Holston with 3:10 left. Virginia Tech got the ball back with 2:11 remaining on Jermaine Waller's interception of Doege at the West Virginia 17, but Burmeister threw incomplete on fourth-and-goal from the 3 and West Virginia ran out the clock.

It was one of three Virginia Tech drives that stalled inside the West Virginia 10, with the Hokies coming away with no points. Burmeister finished 18 of 30 for 207 yards. Virginia Tech (2-1) had allowed only three touchdowns in its first two games but gave up two quick scores to the Mountaineers, who couldn't keep up the momentum after halftime. West Virginia doesn't have a reputation for fast drives but jumped ahead 14-0 less than 6 minutes into the game. Brown, who had five touchdowns entering the game but had been limited to 104 rushing yards, went 80 yards up the middle for a score on West Virginia's second play from scrimmage. - West Virginia/AP College Football


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  07/25/21 - RB Leddie BrownSr/2022, West Virginia, 5-11, 216 (DS#14 RB) + More +

  West Virginia University football senior running back Leddie Brown was named Wednesday to the watch list for the Doak Walker Award, which is presented to the top college running back in the nation, as selected by the PwC SMU Athletic Forum. Heading into the 2021 season, Brown was named to the All-Big 12 preseason second team by Athlon Sports, Lindy's and Phil Steele's Magazine. Brown, a 2020 All-Big 12 first-team selection, hit the 1,000-yard rushing plateau for the first time in his career last year, finishing with 1,010 yards and nine touchdowns. He was second in the Big 12 and No. 14 nationally in total rushing yards and No. 27 in rushing yards per game. Brown also was ranked No. 6 in the Big 12 in total points scored (66) and No. 26 nationally in total touchdowns. - Charleston Gazette-Mail

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  07/21/21 - RB Leddie BrownSr/2022, West Virginia, 5-11, 216 (DS#14 RB) + More +

  West Virginia also had two players named to the Maxwell Award watch list on Monday morning. WVU quarterback Jarret Doege was named to the list after leading the Mountaineers to a 6-4 record. WVU running back Leddie Brown also garnered mention on the list after rushing for 1,010 yards and nine touchdowns on the season. Brown's top rushing performance came against Kansas when he rushed for 195 yards on just 18 carries, an average of nearly 11 yards per carry. Brown had five games over 100 yards for the Mountaineers on the season. Those players represented three of 80 players selected for the Maxwell Award's Preseason Watch List on Monday. - Charleston Gazette-Mail

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  04/04/21 - RB Leddie BrownSr/2022, West Virginia, 5-11, 216 (DS#14 RB) + More +

  A first-team all-Big 12 honoree last year, Leddie admits there are still things he needs to improve upon this spring, even if his contact work is limited. "I pretty much do everything the team does," he explained of his practice routine, "but I'm big on blitz pickup, recognizing blitzes, breaking down the defenses and things like that. That's my goal this spring." A big point of emphasis for Leddie this spring is in catching the football. His 31 receptions last year tied him for second on the team, and it was the most of any Big 12 running back, but still he thinks he can do even more in that area. "Thirty-one is a pretty good number, but I'm looking to improve that number this season," stated Brown, who is a native of Wilmington, Delaware. "Me catching the ball more will help me in the eyes of the NFL scouts, because that's what they're looking for, backs who can do it all - run, catch and block, the full package. That's what I'm trying to show them." - Charleston Gazette-Mail

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  02/19/21 - RB Leddie BrownSr/2022, West Virginia, 5-11, 216 (DS#14 RB) + More +

  A native of Wilmington, Delaware, who spent his final prep season at Neumann-Goretti High in Philadelphia, Brown came to WVU in 2018 with a great deal of hype, but it took him a little while to live up to those accolades. He rushed for 446 yards as a true freshman in 2018 but then backslid a bit as a sophomore, netting 367 yards on the ground. With improved blocking in front of him this past season, he became the 27th Mountaineer to eclipse the 1,000-yard barrier, and he did it in a coronavirus-shortened season.

Brown's rushing average of 101.0 yards per game was second-best in the Big 12 last season and 12th among all FBS runners who played in at least eight games. Add in his 202 receiving yards, and Brown was third in the Big 12 in all-purpose yardage (rushing, receiving and returns) with 121.2 per game, which trailed only Iowa State's Breece Hall (146.0 ypg) and Kansas State's Deuce Vaughn (122.1 ypg). Having been at WVU three seasons, Brown reportedly pondered jumping into the NFL pool in 2021, but ultimately decided to return to college for at least one more season. - Charleston Gazette-Mail


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  12/20/20 - RB Leddie BrownSr/2022, West Virginia, 5-11, 216 (DS#14 RB) + More +

  2020 ALL-BIG 12 CONFERENCE FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM: RB Leddie Brown, West Virginia,...Brown led the Mountaineers with 1,145 all-purpose yards and 11 touchdowns, including a team-high 945 yards and nine scores on the ground. He was WVU's second-leading receiver with 31 catches and two touchdowns. He had five 100-yard rushing performances and six games with at least one touchdown. He ranks No. 11 nationally in rushing yards, No. 18 nationally in total touchdowns, No. 19 in rushing yards per game (105.0) No. 22 in rushing touchdowns and No. 36 in all-purpose yards. - West Virginia Football

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  12/20/20 - RB Leddie BrownSr/2022, West Virginia, 5-11, 216 (DS#14 RB) + More +

  2020 ALL-BIG 12 CONFERENCE FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION: Leddie Brown (OPoY),...Earning All-Big 12 honorable mention were Chase Behrndt (OL), Zach Frazier (OL), Dreshun Miller (DB), Jeffery Pooler Jr. (DL), Tykee Smith (DB), Dante Stills (DL) and Brandon Yates (OL). - West Virginia Football

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  11/14/20 - RB Leddie BrownSr/2022, West Virginia, 5-11, 216 (DS#14 RB) + More +

  Jarrett Doege threw two touchdown passes and ran for one score, Leddie Brown surpassed 100 rushing yards for the fifth time this season and West Virginia beat TCU 24-6 on Saturday. The Mountaineers (5-3, 4-3 Big 12) used a balanced offensive attack to beat TCU (3-4, 3-4) for the third straight season. The Horned Frogs were held to a pair of field goals, the first time they were held out of the end zone since 2016 against Kansas State. Brown had three rushes of at least 30 yards to pile up 156 yards on the ground, while Doege continued to make good decisions with his arm. The second-year starter, who transferred from Bowling Green last year, completed passes to seven different receivers. - AP College Football

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  10/26/20 - RB Leddie BrownSr/2022, West Virginia, 5-11, 216 (DS#14 RB) + More +

  OCT 19 BIG 12 OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Leddie Brown, RB, Jr., West Virginia,...West Virginia's Leddie Brown was named Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week, while Josh Chandler-Semedo picked up Defensive Player of the Week. Freshman defensive lineman Akheem Mesidor collected Newcomer of the Week and junior tailback Pooka Williams Jr. was selected as Special Teams Player of the Week. Brown finished with a career-high 195 yards on 18 carries against Kansas for his third 100-yard rushing performance of the season. He also caught a six-yard touchdown from Jarret Doege in the second quarter for his second receiving TD of the season. His 87-yard run in the third quarter was the longest for a Mountaineer since November 2009. - Big 12 Football

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  10/20/20 - RB Leddie BrownSr/2022, West Virginia, 5-11, 216 (DS#14 RB) + More +

  "Leddie has gotten better as his practice habits have improved," WVU head coach Neal Brown said. "He is, if not our best, in the conversation - on Tuesday and Wednesday when it's work days for us, he's working. He has high player loads. He hits top speeds. He's setting up his blocks against our defense or the scout team, every rep matters. And as he's done that, as his approach to practices and approach to taking care of his body has improved...and he's only going to continue to get better. I think he's in the conversation with a lot of the top running backs in our league."

Statistically, it was an outstanding, workmanlike performance. Brown carried 18 times for 195 yards, caught five passes for 36 yards and scored twice, and he did it in just under three quarters, with his long touchdown run marking his last play from scrimmage. Leddie Brown has been there all season for a unit that has had nothing else to hang its hat on consistently. He's now gone over 100 yards rushing in three of the team's four games, with the exception coming in a 93-yard performance against Baylor. He's unofficially fourth on the team in receptions with 12, and his seven total touchdowns are four better than the next-closest skill-position players, receiver Bryce Ford-Wheaton and running back Alec Sinkfield, each with three. - Charleston Gazette-Mail


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  10/17/20 - RB Leddie BrownSr/2022, West Virginia, 5-11, 216 (DS#14 RB) + More +

  Leddie Brown broke open a close game with a long touchdown run in the third quarter and caught one of Jarret Doege's three touchdown passes to lead West Virginia to a 38-17 victory Saturday over a winless Kansas team that was without coach Les Miles. Before a crowd of 10,759 in the first game that West Virginia allowed the general public to attend amid the pandemic, the Mountaineers (3-1, 2-1 Big 12) overcame a bevy of mistakes to beat the Jayhawks for the seventh straight time. With West Virginia clinging to a 17-10 lead late in the third quarter, Brown rumbled 87 yards up the middle untouched, the start of three straight touchdowns for the Mountaineers.

The 210-pound junior compiled 195 yards on 18 carries, sitting out the fourth quarter. Brown also had a 6-yard scoring reception in the second quarter from Doege, who also had TD passes of 33 yards to Bryce Ford-Wheaton and 8 yards to Sam James. Doege completed 26 of 44 passes for 318 yards. Miles tested positive for the coronavirus a week ago and was cleared to return to the Jayhawks on Thursday. But he chose not to travel with the team out of caution. Tight ends coach Joshua Eargle filled in for Miles against the Mountaineers. Despite some bright moments early, the result was the same: The Jayhawks (0-4, 0-3) have now lost 51 straight true road games in the conference. - AP College/West Virginia Football


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  10/03/20 - RB Leddie BrownSr/2022, West Virginia, 5-11, 216 (DS#14 RB) + More +

  Leddie Brown scored a 3-yard touchdown run in the second overtime after West Virginia's defense made a stop, and the Mountaineers outlasted Baylor 27-21 on Saturday. West Virginia (2-1, 1-1 Big 12) squeaked out the win in a game where offensive consistency was rare and mistakes were plentiful. Baylor (1-1, 1-1) surpassed 200 rushing yards a week ago against Kansas but managed 256 yards overall against West Virginia. West Virginia's defense chased down Baylor's Charlie Brewer all day.

They sacked him six times, had 11 tackles for loss and forced two interceptions. Brewer threw three touchdown passes, but his interception in the second overtime proved costly. West Virginia's Tykee Smith made an over-the-shoulder catch on a pass intended for Trestan Ebner along the line in the back of the end zone. The call was upheld upon review. The Mountaineers needed five plays to score on their second-overtime possession with Brown covering the final 12 yards on three rushes. Brown finished with 93 yards, falling short in his bid for three straight 100-yard efforts to start the season. - West Virginia/AP College Football


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  08/30/20 - RB Leddie BrownSr/2022, West Virginia, 5-11, 216 (DS#14 RB) + More +

  West Virginia University's running game really has no way to go but up this season. It would be difficult to go any lower than where it was statistically in 2019. The Mountaineers could, but they'd have little distance to fall. WVU was third worst in the Football Bowl Subdivision in rushing yards per game (73.25) and second worst in yards per carry (2.63). So it is good news for coach Neal Brown when he can point out positives among his running backs, as he was able to in recent practices. West Virginia's leading rusher from last season, Leddie Brown, is back, and he has shown recent examples of why he should be one of, if not the lead ball carrier in 2020, Neal Brown said.

"Leddie Brown ran the ball really hard, and that's been the case really since Saturday," Brown told WVU's official athletic website after Thursday's practice. "I'm kind of excited about him, and the week he's had. I think it was an important week for him, and he's been productive." Leddie Brown finished last season with 367 yards and a touchdown on 107 carries. His best day as a Mountaineer came in WVU's Big 12 opener at Kansas, where he gained 70 yards on 12 carries, more than 5.8 yards per carry. - Charleston Gazette-Mail


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