C.C. Brown

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C.C. Brown Position: Safety
Drafted: Round 6, 188th Overall
Height: 6’0"
Weight: 208
College: Louisiana-Lafayette
NFL Comparison: Jerome Woods

Strengths: Ceandris "C.C." Brown displayed better speed than expected at Pro Day workouts (4.48 and 4.52) and was subsequently worked out by the Texans a few days prior to the draft. Brown, a junior college transfer, had over 100 tackles last season which should indicate a good nose for the ballcarrier and good tackling technique. He forced five fumbles in his two seasons at UL-L and recovered two. Brown received attention at the Hula Bowl after being named the team’s Defensive MVP.

Areas of Concern: Making the conversion to the NFL from the Sun Belt Conference will be a challenge. While Brown broke up six passes as a Ragin’ Cajun and intercepted two, Brown appears to have limitations in pass defense and is expected to be tried at strong safety. Said to be a "very, very raw" talent by one online scout.

2005 Expectations: If Brown plays to his forty times in shorts onto the field in pads, he has a chance to be a solid player on kick coverage and might take advantage of the lack of depth at safety to win a roster spot.

by Bob Hulsey

YEAR G TAK PD INT FF FR 2004 11 101 2 0 3 1 2003 12 67 4 2 2 1 2002 Mississippi Delta Junior College TOTALS 23 168 6 2 5 2 Vince Wilfork C.C. Brown Home

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