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WR Jalen Brown

Phoenix (Ariz.) Mountain Pointe athlete Jalen Brown was one player everyone was anxious to see at the NLA Las Vegas 7 on 7 event last weekend. Unfortunately, Brown was injured on one of the first plays of the first games of the tournament and had to miss the rest of the event.

Jalen Brown is a top 10 player in the West and an elite talent. He only played a few snaps in Vegas but even on the one play he was involved in and was injured on, you could see his immense talent. It was a simple fade route but Brown, who has grown and looks noticeably bigger than a year ago, got early separation off the line, and showed incredible hands and body control in making a leaping...

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