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  Cam Brown saw how the NFL was changing when he entered college four years ago. The Penn State linebacker noticed the influence high-powered spread systems had. NFL teams are employing quick, rangy linebackers to contend with more skilled tight ends who line up split wide and running backs who can catch the ball out of the backfield. And that's where Brown thinks he can fit in as he prepares for the 2020 NFL Draft. He feels like he's the same type of player he was when Penn State signed him out of Bullis (Md.) in 2016, and he expects that can translate into the NFL. "I'm athletic, I'm rangy, I can get to the ball, and I can run with tight ends and running backs," Brown said. "I feel like, if anything, my adaption and my body and frame is well-built for these systems of offenses that defenses are going against."

He said his frame has come up in conversations with teams. He has room to bulk up and add weight, and Brown said teams liked that idea. Brown could also fit into the second level of an NFL defense and use his size to help take away the middle of the field from opposing offenses. In his final two seasons at Penn State, Brown broke up 10 passes. "I also have the length, the length on defense," Brown said. "It blocks out windows. It allows you to get to certain plays better than other people can, and honestly, it's an advantage, especially at linebacker when you're sitting in the middle of the field, it's kind of hard for a quarterback to throw over a 6-foot-5 linebacker." - Tribune Review

(DS#15 OLB) Sr/2020 OLB Cam BrownPenn State
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