Looking to add a receiver with size, the Dallas Cowboys drafted Noah Brown out of Ohio State in the seventh round (239th overall) of the 2017 NFL Draft. The 6-2 wideout provided a big target for the Buckeyes offense, and in three collegiate seasons hauled in 33 passes for 411 yards and seven touchdowns in 24 games with 12 starts. Following his true freshman season, Brown was redshirted the following year after suffering a broken bone in his leg during fall camp. He returned to full health as a redshirt sophomore in 2016 for his most successful season to tie for the team lead with seven touchdowns while finishing second with 32 receptions for 402 yards. In Dallas, Brown will look to refine his skills and size as a large target while battling for a role within the Cowboys receiving corps.
- Honorable mention All-Big Ten as he started all 13 games for the Buckeyes, ranked second on the team with 32 receptions and 402 receiving yards and tied for the team lead with seven touchdown catches.
- Tied the school record with four touchdown catches on five receptions for 72 yards in the win at No. 14 Okla- homa, including a marvelous catch where he pinned the ball behind the back of a defender with one hand while falling to the ground.
- Also recorded a career-long 37-yard scoring grab against the Sooners.
- Had another five catches for 51 yards against Northwestern.
- Made four catches for 48 yards, including a score in overtime to help Ohio State defeat No. 8 Wisconsin.
- Caught three passes for 46 yards, including a 25-yard touchdown, in the win over Bowling Green.
- Hauled in a six-yard touchdown catch in the win over No. 10 Nebraska.
- Broke a bone in his leg during fall camp and was issued a redshirt season.
- Played in 11 games as a true freshman and caught one pass for nine yards and had a rushing attempt for -4 yards.
- Attended Pope John XXIII High School in Sparta, N.J., where he was listed as high as the No. 9 athlete by Rivals and No. 13 by 247Sports.
- Was first-team all-New Jersey by the Newark Star-Ledger and named the West Jersey player of the year as a senior after amassing 1,363 total offensive yards and 21 touchdowns while helping Pope John reach the non-public league Group 3 final.
- Rushed for a combined 1,353 yards and scored 21 rushing touchdowns as a junior and senior.
- Majored in human development and family sciences.
- 2017 Rookie Club presented by Essilor USA.
- 2017 Cowboys U High School Camp.