|Written by Rich Dillon|
February, 2012 – Brown plays an aggressive, physical style and has good skills. His game has yet to translate into offensive production at Michigan, however, scoring 13, nine and 11 so far in his first three seasons.
Fantasy Outlook: B-
Brown is a project, and many power forwards are late bloomers. However, at age 21, the lack of production in college is discouraging.
Sweet goal by Chris Brown:
Fantasy Prospects Report Notes (Any FPR's released in the last 18 months will not be listed here):
2009 Fantasy Prospects Report:
Scouting Report: En route to winning gold at the World U18s, Team USA saw several tremendous performances from his brightest young stars. In goal, Jack Campbell began to solidify his status as a blue-chip player for 2010. On defense, Cam Fowler did the same. Three forwards cracked the top 12 in tournament scoring - all of them 2009 - eligibles. But one of the best performances came from little-discussed Chris Brown. While his reckless style of play and penchant for huge hits wasn't much of a surprise, the strapping power winger stepped up his game offensively in North Dakota. Well under a PPG in league play, Brown amassed four goals and three assists in seven tournament games. A tremendous skater for a player of any size - Brown's agility, turns and acceleration earn As across the board - the winger who patterns himself after Brendan Morrow may very well be a surprise high pick.
Notable Numbers: Brown's 120 PIM was tops on the NTDP U18 team.
Potential: Top-nine forward, 25-25-50, 100+ PIM
Years Away: 3-4
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|Last Updated on Wednesday, 28 March 2012 00:49|