Brown, OU's second-leading receiver in 2012, said the transfer also boosted his NFL chances.
“I think it helped, as far as being able to go to a new system and pick it up as fast as I did, and to play with a pro style quarterback like Landry (Jones),” Brown said. “Just playing here and actually getting some balls thrown to me and having some production.”
Brown's potential as a special teams contributor might also make him more attractive to NFL teams. He averaged 13.6 yards per punt return last season, with one touchdown.
“I think whenever you can play special teams at the next level, that's definitely gonna help your status,” Brown said.
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