West Virginia QB Jarrett Brown Gets His Chance In NFL
Even after West Virginia's dismal performance in the NFL Draft, the Mountaineers will still get some representation in the upcoming NFL season.
West Virginia quarterback Jarrett Brown, who only started for the Mountaineers for one season after playing back-up for WVU legend and Dolphins quarterback Pat White for three years, was picked up by the San Francisco 49ers just minutes after the 2010 NFL draft ended.
Brown, who's a monster of a player at 6'4" and nearly 225 pounds, went undrafted due to his lack of experience at the college level, but certainly shows the ability and physical tools to play quarterback in the NFL.
The former Mountaineer QB showed elite arm strength during the 2010 NFL scouting combine and has a quickness in his feet which has been unknown to ...
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