“Never Say Never” should be Noah Brown’s mantra if he does have one. Noah Brown has had to deal with two serious injuries one each in high school and college. However, it didn’t deter him from keeping his eye on the goal – playing in the NFL.
Following two seasons in college, Noah forewent 2 years of his college eligibility and declared his entrance to 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 is everything you need to know about the wide receiver.
Noah Brown Bio (Age)
Born on January 6, 1996, Noah Brown is a native of the Flanders section of Mount Olive Township, New Jersey. He began his footballing career at Pope John XXIII Regional High School in Sparta, New Jersey. Brown showed great prospects as a freshman, however, a rib injury prior to the start of his second year saw him sit out the rest of the season.
Noah returned to playing by his junior year and remained successful through his senior year. As a senior, Brown threw 857 yards and had 41 interceptions, 14 receiving, 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 non-public League Group 3 final. He was a recipient of the Newark Star-Ledger All-New Jersey honors. His high school stats of 3,000 all-purpose yards and 42 touchdowns attracted attention from many colleges including Virginia Tech, Notre Dame, Penn State, Michigan State, Pittsburgh, and USC.
For his collegiate career, Noah Brown committed to Ohio State University. He played 13 games in his freshman season but caught just one pass. Noah was exceptional during spring practice and looked like he would go on to earn the starting wide receiver position, but his hopes were truncated by a leg injury that left his left tibia and fibula broken.
Noah required two surgeries to fix his leg and as a result, was redshirted throughout the 2015 season. He returned in 2016 as a sophomore playing in 13 games recording a total of 402 yards, 7 touchdowns, and 32 receptions which ranked second-best in the team. He greatly impressed scouts in the third game of the 2016 season against Oklahoma when he totaled 5 passes for 72 yards. His 4 touchdowns from the game tied him with a school record.
Noah Brown forwent his two years of college eligibility and entered the 2017 NFL Draft. The wide receiver made his intentions known in early 2017 in a statement via his personal Twitter account. “I have decided it is time for me to move on 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 had just one year of experience as a starter.
He first worked out at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis, Indiana, and later Ohio State pro day. Noah Brown was selected in the 7th round, a round higher than what experts 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 a little 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 a thorough investigation, we can confirm that Noah Brown is not married, at least not at the time of this writing. Whether or not he is seeing someone, is best-known to him as Noah Brown rarely speaks about or like most of his colleagues do, posts about his romantic life.
The football wide receiver shares his name with a popular reality TV star who got married on the 15th of June 2018. Reality TV star Noah Brown is best known as one of the casts on the Discovery Channel show, Alaskan Bush People. The reality-documentary series follows a certain Brown family that deliberately lives their lives far removed from civilization. Noah Brown’s wife is named Rhain Alicia. Many NFL fans had thought the married Noah Brown was the Dallas Cowboys wide receiver.
His Height and Weight
Noah Brown stands at a height of 6 feet 2 inches, which is the equivalent of 1.88 m. In his pre-draft measurables as seen on the NFL Combine, Noah Brown’s weight was recorded at 222 lb that is, 101 kg. However, the wide receiver appears to have gained a couple more pounds and now weighs 225 lb about 102 kg. His Arm Length is 31 3⁄4 in (0.81 m) while his Hand Size measures 9 1⁄8 in (0.23 m).