Marquise Brown
Wide ReceiverWR
Oklahoma Sooners
2018 Fantasy Outlook
The man they call “Hollywood” came out of nowhere to lead the Sooners in receiving in 2017, reeling in 57 of 84 targets for 1,095 yards and seven scores. Brown (5-11, 162) might have a slight frame, but he more than makes up for it with his speed. It'll be difficult to repeat his per-target efficiency with Baker Mayfield gone, but Oklahoma has excellent replacement options and one of the best-designed offenses in the game. Look for Brown and CeeDee Lamb to lead the way in an explosive offense that will be one of the nation's best in 2018. Read Past Outlooks
Heads to NFL Draft
WROklahoma
January 2, 2019
Brown declared for the NFL Draft on Wednesday, Jason Kersey of The Athletic reports.
ANALYSIS
After being shut out in Oklahoma's bowl game, Brown will forgo his senior season and turn pro. Even with the goose egg, the star wideout finishes his final collegiate season with strong numbers across the board - 75 receptions for 1318 yards and 10 touchdowns. Thanks to his excellent speed to overcome any concerns over his size, Brown figures to be one of the higher wide receivers taken in the upcoming draft.
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No catches in the Orange Bowl
WROklahoma
December 30, 2018
Brown was not able to record any catches on four targets in Saturday's loss to Alabama in the College Football Playoff semifinal.
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Expects to play in Orange Bowl
WROklahoma
Lower Leg
December 27, 2018
Brown (lower leg) anticipates playing in Saturday's Orange Bowl against Alabama Michael Casagrande of AL.com reports.
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Remains hopeful for Orange Bowl
WROklahoma
Lower Leg
December 26, 2018
Offensive coordinator Cale Gundy said Wednesday that he remains hopeful Brown (lower leg) will be available for Saturday's Orange Bowl matchup with Alabama, Andrea Adelson of ESPN.com reports.
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Limited in early bowl prep
WROklahoma
Lower Leg
December 12, 2018
Coach Lincoln Riley said Wednesday that he is "hopeful" that Brown (lower body) will be able to play in the College Football Playoff but added that he has been limited of late, Joe Mussatto of The Oklahoman reports. "Still too early. It's not a definite no, not a definite yes," said Riley.
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Dealing with lower-body injury
WROklahoma
Lower Body
December 3, 2018
Brown suffered a lower-body injury during Saturday's Big 12 Championship Game against Texas, Scott Bell of The Dallas Morning News reports.
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