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NFL Draft Profile: Cameron Brown, Cornerback, Ohio State Buckeyes

NFL Draft profile scouting report for Ohio State CB Cameron Brown

Ohio State CB Cameron Brown
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Pos: CB
Ht: 6002
Wt: 190
40: 4.56
DOB: 4/6/2000
Hometown: Saint Louis, MO
High School: Christian Brothers College
Eligibility: 2023

Cameron Brown
Ohio State Buckeyes


A very talented player with excellent cover skills and the ability to defend passes. Unfortunately, he does have an extensive injury history.


This is a very talented cornerback, but also someone with an extensive injury history. He is a great cover corner, in both zone and man coverage. Has the ability to lock down receivers with impeccable mirroring technique. He possesses great closing speed and can make up distance quickly. He has strong hands and is able to break up passes with ease. Doesn’t have the interception numbers you would like to see, but that is not negative. He has tremendous pass break-up skills and doesn’t get thrown at much as he is able to eliminate his matchup, so the quarterback can’t throw his way. He is also a very physical player, he is a phenomenal tackler and has no problem playing through contact. Very difficult to block and can make tackles while they are trying to block him. Injuries have completely derailed multiple seasons of his college career, so that is going to be a big red flag for teams. However, if he can put a full healthy season together there is a great chance he will skyrocket up the cornerback rankings. One area he does need to improve this year is playing the inside cornerback position. He seems to get confused at times when he is inside and he has trouble recovering. If he can improve that it will show NFL teams that he can play any cornerback and he will see the field very early on.


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Cameron Brown is a cornerback for Ohio State from St. Louis, Missouri. Brown has played in twenty one games for the Buckeyes in 2020, and in 2019, the Buckeyes who were Big Ten champions that year and Brown played in all the games for the team making an impact. He truly stepped up in 2019 for the Buckeyes in the Big Ten championship with three tackles, including one for a loss. Brown is definitely ready to help and lead the Buckeyes in the 2022 season.