NFL Draft Prospect: Algernon “Algie” Brown’s 2017 NFL Draft Profile

Algie Brown is a 2017 NFL Draft prospect represented by Off-Tackle Sports. The 6-foot-1 250 pound running back and fullback is a graduating senior at Brigham Young University. At BYU Brown played in 46 total games, where he caught 35 passes for 285 yards (8.1 avg.) and three touchdowns and rushed 258 times for 1310 yards (5.1 avg.) and 13 touchdowns.  13 of his 16 total touchdowns came during his junior season where he was the leading rusher for BYU, stepping up for the injured Jamaal Williams. As a senior Brown added some weight and moved to full back where he was used primarily as a blocking back.  Brown prepped at Skyline High School (UT), and was recruited by Cal, Michigan, Oregon, San Diego State, Stanford, Utah State, and Washington.  He redshirted in 2010 and then served an LDS mission to Sao Paulo Brazil.

Hometown: Magna, Utah High School: Skyline
Roster Years: 2010, 2013-16 HT/WT: 6’1”, 250 lbs.
Position: Running Back Twitter: @algiebrown44

Pro Day 2017 Results
40 time: 4.61
Bench Press: 26 reps at 225 lbs
Vertical Jump: 33 inches
Long Jump: N/A

What experts are saying:

“Brown has ridiculous speed for his size… This is the kind of freak athlete you acquire for your team and figure out a role for him later… There’s a good chance he never find a niche at all in the NFL.  But his athleticism and bruising mindset make him worth a gamble, a player with much higher than ordinary upside.” Macgregor Wells, SB Nation, March 24, 2017

Rated 14 out of 85 full backs and no. 533 overall on NFL Draft Scout.

2017 NFL Draft Projection: Undrafted free agent.

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