With the 252nd and final pick in the 2009 NFL Draft, the Cincinnati Bengals select WR Freddie Brown, Utah. The Bengals promised at least one wide receiver in the draft, and here he is. Freddie.
From the CSTV Utes Page
UTAH: Developed into one of the best receivers in the MWC his senior year, earning second-team all-MWC honors ... led the Utes in catches (77) and receiving yards (900) his senior season ... had a dominating performance in his final game, snaring 12 catches for a career-high 125 yards.
2008-Second-team All-MWC ... started in all 13 games ... led Utah with 77 catches for 900 yards ... 77 catches is second all-time in a season at Utah, while 900 yards ranks eighth ... led Utes with seven TD receptions ... fourth in the MWC in receptions per game (5.92) and sixth in receiving yards per game (69.2) ... second on the team in all-purpose yards (900) ... three 100-yard games: 105 vs. TCU, 110 vs. San Diego State and 125 vs. Alabama ... averaged 109 yards in the last four games, missing out on four-straight 100-yard games by just three yards (had 97 yards against BYU) ... career highs for catches (12) and yards (125) in Ute win over Alabama in the Sugar Bowl ... made three critical catches during Utah's 80-yard, game-winning drive vs. TCU, including the go-ahead touchdown reception with 48 seconds left ... 11 receptions, 110 yards and two touchdowns against San Diego State.
2007-Played in 12 games ... 20 receptions for 219 yards ... best game was against Navy in the Poinsettia Bowl, when he had three catches for 41 yards.
2006-Played in all 13 games, with two starts... 17 receptions for 196 yards ... season highs for yardage (63) and receptions (4) against Air Force ... also had a season-long reception of 42 yards at Air Force ... made Utah's Athletics Academic Honor Roll.
2005-Played in four games, making two catches for 43 yards ... academic all-MWC.