Justin Brown is reserved. It's why the transition from Penn State to Oklahoma has been, from the outside world's view, pretty seamless.
He came in. He worked extra hard. He learned the playbook and he tried to not compare or disrespect his former school.
The senior wide receiver calls himself a boring guy who keeps to himself, but in the same sentence says he has a passion for deep conversation.
Brown talked about who he is, what he wants to become after college and a team notebook that has made him stand out.
I'm a very deep-conversational type of guy. About anything. History, theories, conspiracies, anything.
Being in college, it opens you up to a lot. I think that I'm pretty much open to a lot of things. I'm very laid back and I'm not very specific.
I have good conversations with a lot of people on the team, especially the wide receiving group. We have a lot of deep conversations.
I can't tell you that. I can't tell you that. What happens in that room, you can't let everybody know.
I love watching SportsCenter but I like watching History Channel, Animal Planet.
I'm not really big on TV shows because I don't have enough time to keep up with them, but if I could I'd like to keep up with Law & Order.
Being a SportsCenter anchor would definitely be a great job I would want to have, but there's a lot of steps it takes to get in that job.
I just want to be involved in sports one day. I just have a passion for sports and a passion for football, whether its doing what you're doing or looking for the next big new prospect.
Where have I learned to keep an open mind? I think it's just from me just growing up and just seeing a lot and just living.
There's so many people out there and so many different perspectives and opinions that I just like to soak it all in and give my opinion on each and every one of them and let everyone else have theirs.
I give my opinion in my own ways. I'm not very outspoken about it but you don't have to be outspoken about it all the time to get your point across.
I've always tried to take great notes. Coaches always told me the people who take the best notes and study them well, usually it transfers over to the field.
Actually somebody told me that Peyton Manning would fill a whole notebook up for one game.
I think I stay within one but I use front and back. It gets filled up pretty fast.
Everything. From new plays to d-back tendencies to notes about a certain play. To what I got to work on. Everything.
When you write it down, it helps you memorize it.
It's red. It's a notebook they gave me. They gave everybody the notebook, but I put it to use.