After a pair of 1,000-yard seasons, two Big 12 Championships and two College Football Playoff appearances, Oklahoma Sooners wide receiver Marquise Brown has declared for the 2019 NFL Draft.
The Hollywood, Fla. native, College of the Canyons product and cousin of Antonio Brown has captivated Oklahoma fans — and college football fans in general — since breaking out midway through the 2017 season. It was during this breakout performance (at Kansas State in 2017) that FOX’s Gus Johnson first gave him the name “Hollywood”, a moniker that has been as iconic as any in recent OU history.
Despite starting in only eight games as a sophomore, Brown ended up leading the team in receiving yards with 1,095 in 2017. His blazing speed made him the most dangerous big-play threat in a offense that certainly had no shortage of those.