Introducing The New Cowboys: Tyler Brown

Tyler Brown is an offensive lineman from Lexington, Okla.

Tyler Brown
Offensive lineman
6-6, 320
Lexington, Okla.

Physical: 40 time-4.95; Bench Press-360 lbs.; Squat-525 lbs.; Vertical-26.5”

Other Schools Recruited By: TCU (de-committed), Arizona State, Arkansas State, Illinois, Memphis, Missouri, North Texas, SMU, Tulsa, Utah State, Wyoming (all offered).

High School: Team Captain, Three-year starter, Sr. season-U.S. Marine Corps Semper Fidelis All-American Game selection and participant, Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State Team, OCA Class 2A All-State, Class 2A-3 Lineman of the Year, All District 2A-3 1st-Tem, Tulsa World All-State 1st-Team, Oklahoman All-State 1st-Team, Oklahoman Little All-City 1st-Team; Jr. season-Class 2A-3 All-District 1st Team, Oklahoman All-State Honorable Mention, Oklahoman Little All-City 2nd-Team.

Statistics: blocked for RB Zach Smith who gained 2,107 yds. and scored 21 TDs.

Scout Ranking: 3-stars (OG #39 nationally).

Other Sports: Power Lifting and Track-100 meters, 200 meter hurdles, 4X100 meter relay, 4X200 meter relay, shot put, discus.

Interesting Tidbit: Drove with his mother and girlfriend out to California and back for the Semper Fi All-American Game, kind of Vacation (the movie) meets football recruiting.

Recruiting Coach: Greg Adkins.

Scouting Report and Projection: Class 2A OL projects as a project in Division I college football and I would agree but then Brown is not your average Class 2A Oklahoma OL. His track exploits send a powerful message about his athletic skills for his size and successful experience in California playing against elite competition in the Semper Fi All-American Game go towards more immediate opportunities to play at OSU. I think he will be a factor in practice almost immediately and could be a super star on the scout team, if not a plyer that immediately gets a chance to play some. By his second season in the program he should be challenging somebody for some full time work.

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