Brown's father, Orlando "Zeus" Brown, was a behemoth 6-foot-7, 360-pound tackle who started 80 games across six seasons in Baltimore. The younger Brown ranks No. 100 on NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock's list of the top 100 prospects in the draft.
Originally regarded as a first-round talent, Brown saw his stock plummet after a nightmare performance at the NFL Scouting Combine. There are simply no NFL starters with a 40-yard dash time as low as Brown's 5.82.
Brown got away with a lack of athleticism in college, holding up well in pass protection. Many scouts question his ability to maintain that success against quicker NFL edge rushers.
If he exceeds expectations in spring practices and training camp, Brown will compete for Baltimore's starting right-tackle job.