At long last, Colorado State got a chance to see highly-touted running back Dorian Brown on the field. Brown, who tore a knee ligament nearly a year ago during a preseason scrimmage prior to his senior year, ran for nearly 1,900 yards as a junior and was rated the 28th best running back in the land.
Brown ran with the scout team and got in on some contact drills. He came through his first workout just fine and coach Steve Fairchild said Brown would be evaluated to see where he might fit. At 6-1, 230 pounds, with plenty of speed, Brown offers an intriguing mix of size and explosiveness to the mix.