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Jarvis Brownlee

Jarvis Brownlee (CB) – Louisville / Junior

5’10-3/8″, 194 Lbs. (Combine)

2022 Stats: 13 Games, 51 Solo, 15 Assists, 66 Total, 2.5 TFL, 2 INT, 12 PBU

2023 Stats: 11 Games, 16 Solo, 14 Assists, 30 Total, 1 TFL, 1 INT, 6 PBU, 1 FR



Measurables (Combine):

Hand Arm Wing
9″ 31-1/4″ 75-1/4″
40-Dash 10-Split Vertical Broad 3-Cone 20-Shuttle Bench
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RAS: (Available post-combine/pro day)

Games Watched: 2023 vs. Notre Dame, 2023 vs. Duke


Good footspeed/change of direction ability. Excels in 1 on 1 situations, eye discipline, balance, poise and competitiveness. Brownlee is tenacious, he plays until the echo of the whistle. Brownlee is not only willing to stick his nose in there to help as a run defender, he’s very good at it. Brownlee’s 91.3 run defense grade for his 2021 season at FSU was the 2nd highest grade amongst FSU defenders since 2014.


Slightly undersized for an outside corner, lacks ideal strength/length to match-up with big/physical WRs at the next level. Does not display a high level of top end speed, speedy WRs will get away from him deep if he does not get a good jam/knock them off their route. Over aggressiveness as a run defender will cause him to lose outside leverage/contain at times, leading to a big play by the ball carrier. Brownlee’s game speed slows down a bit when he’s in zone and has eyes in the backfield.


Brownlee is another player who greatly took advantage of his time at the Reese’s Senior Bowl. Consistently winning 1 on 1 reps throughout the practices and capping off the week with an INT in the Senior Bowl game. Brownlee is equally aggressive against the run as he is in 1 on 1 situations covering receivers. I think Brownlee fits in as a starting caliber slot/nickel corner at the next level, similar to former Michigan Wolverine Jordan Lewis.

Completed by: @coachschepps, 02/25/24

Reviewed & edited: J. Clark, 02/25/24

Updated: 03/03/24




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