After two seasons in college, Noah gave up 2 years of college eligibility and declared entry into the 2017 NFL Draft, a decision that raised many eyebrows. The Dallas Cowboys came for him, selecting him in the 7th round 239th overall pick. Here’s everything you need to know about the wide receiver.
Noah Brown Bio (Age)
Born on January 6, 1996, Noah Brown hails from the Flanders section of Mount Olive Township, New Jersey. He began his football career at Pope John XXIII Regional High School in Sparta, New Jersey. Brown showed great prospects as a rookie, however, a rib injury before the start of his second year saw him sit out the rest of the season.
Noah started playing again by his junior year and was successful throughout his senior year. As a senior, Brown threw for 857 yards and had 41 interceptions, 14 receptions and 7 rushing touchdowns. He played at three different positions, including as a wide receiver, running back, and kick returner.
Thanks to Brown’s contributions, his team was able to reach the Group 3 final of the non-public league. He was a recipient of Newark Star-Ledger All-New Jersey honors. His 3,000 all-around yards and 42 high school touchdowns caught the eye of many colleges, including Virginia Tech, Notre Dame, Penn State, Michigan State, Pittsburgh and USC.
For his college career, Noah Brown committed to Ohio State University. He played 13 games in his rookie year, but only managed one assist. Noah was outstanding in spring training and looked set to continue earning the starting wide receiver position, but his hopes were truncated by a leg injury that left his tibia and fibula broken.
Noah needed two surgeries to repair his leg and as a result was redshirted throughout the 2015 season. He returned in 2016 as a sophomore with 13 games totaling 402 yards, 7 touchdowns and 32 receptions, which ranked him second on the team. He greatly impressed the scouts in Game 3 of the 2016 season against Oklahoma by totaling 5 assists for 72 yards. His 4 touchdowns in the game tied him to a school record.
Noah Brown gave up his two years of college eligibility and entered the 2017 NFL Draft. The big receiver made his intentions known in early 2017 in a statement via his personal Twitter account. “I’ve decided it’s time for me to take it to the next level,” he wrote. His decision was one of the biggest surprises of the Buckeyes postseason for many reasons, including the fact that he only had one year of experience as a starter.
He first worked at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis, Indiana and later that day at Ohio State. Noah Brown was selected in the 7th round, a higher round than pundits and scouts had predicted.
The Cowboys on May 11, 2017 signed him to a 4-year contract worth $2.47 million with a signing bonus of just over $70,000. Noah played 13 games in his rookie season with 1 start. He recorded 4 receptions for 33 receiving yards.
Is Noah Brown married, who is his wife?
After further investigation, we can confirm that Noah Brown is not married, at least not at the time of this writing. Whether or not he sees someone is best known to him, as Noah Brown rarely speaks or like most of his colleagues, posts about his romantic life.
The football catcher shares his name with a popular reality TV star who got married on June 15, 2018. Reality TV star Noah Brown is best known as one of the cast members of the Discovery Channel show, Alaskan Bush People . The reality documentary series follows a certain Brown families who deliberately live their lives away from civilization. Noah Brown’s wife’s name is Rhain Alicia. Many NFL fans thought married Noah Brown was the catcher for the Dallas Cowboys.
His height and weight
Noah Brown is at a height of 6 feet 2 inches, which equates to 1.88m. In his draft measurables, as seen on the NFL combine, Noah Brown’s weight was recorded at 222lbs, or 101kg. However, the wide receiver seems to have gained a few more pounds and now weighs 225 pounds, or about 102 kg. His arm length is 31 3⁄4 in (0.81 m) while his hand height measures 9 1⁄8 in (0.23 m).