Miami Dolphins NFL Draft Prospect: DT Malcolm Brown


The Miami Dolphins boasted one of the league’s best defensive front four last season, and may look to bolster their already talented defensive line by adding a run-stuffer in the upcoming NFL Draft.  Jared Odrick is set to be a free agent, and Randy Starks is in the midst of restructuring his contract.  Chances are, one of the two may be gone, and that is a big hole to fill.  Luckily, DT Malcolm Brown from Texas is a big man.

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Brown is a massive linemen at 6 foot 2, 320 pounds.  He would fit perfectly as a run stopper in Miami’s current 4-3 defensive scheme. Not only does he have great size, but he is athletic and pretty quick off the ball.  He is strong enough to go through a guard or center, and fast enough to go around them too.  He has great vision and consistently keeps his eyes on the person with the ball, regardless of having to shed a blocker or not.  Perhaps his most valuable asset is his versatility, as many analysts think Brown can play anywhere along the line in both a 4-3 and a 3-4 scheme.  He has the perfect mix of pass rushing and run stopping abilities, and could come in and play immediately in the Miami Dolphins current D-Line rotation, while learning behind some of the best in the league.

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  • Brown has risen as of late, as he used to just be considered a first round pick.  Now, he is inside the top 20 on most boards, and a strong combine could give Brown a realistic shot at the top 15.  Miami may want to take the big guy at 14, especially if Washington’s Danny Shelton is gone.

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