WVU quarterback Jarrett Brown is an intriguing prospect, especially after a strong Senior Bowl performance. He came across as quietly confident — and funny, a rare player who looked completely at ease at this meat market.
He said he was looking forward to the throwing drills most Sunday. “I can throw any given day.” He also said that he feels no one could out-throw him in the country.
I asked who was a more hot-headed coach to play for: Bob Huggins (Brown played basketball after the 2007 football season) or Rich Rodriguez.
“Man, they are head to head,” Brown said. “Huggins . . . man, I love playing for that dude.”
Silva thinks Brown has a little David Garrard in him and should be taken in the middle rounds of the draft.