Matt Waldman’s RSP Boiler Room showcases the athletic ability of Texas State TE Keenen Brown, a fluid, mobile athlete whose size and coordination makes him a worthwhile consideration as a developmental project in the NFL.
Tight end is one of the most difficult positions in football. The collegiate game segmented the position into big receivers and in-line blockers several years ago, and we’ve seen that segmentation infiltrate the NFL to a certain extent.
However, most NFL teams still require more from its tight ends in the league than the college game, and it means that the transition from Saturdays to Sundays remains one of the more difficult among the positions in the game. It’s why noting the quickness, mobility, and coordination of a collegiate tight end is a vital part of projecting a player’s development in the NFL.
Keenen Brown is a former star wide receiver from the state of Texas who originally went to Oklahoma State and transitioned to tight end. Now at Texas State, Brown’s tape showcases this trio of physical skills in his game that are worth further study.
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