“Hollywood” Marquise Brown or Hollywood Brown is indeed an American football wide receiver with the National Football League’s Baltimore Ravens (NFL). He got picked during the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft but by the Ravens after playing college football at Oklahoma.
Brown was born in Hollywood, Florida on June 4, 1997. He was on the same Pop Warner football squad as Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson in Florida, albeit they were all on separate teams. Brown went to Hollywood’s South Broward High School, in which he also raced track. Brown raced the 100 metres in 11.53 seconds inside the Florida High Schools Athletic Association’s 4A District 13 regional championship track competition while he was in 11th grade.
He transmitted to Chaminade-Madonna College Preparatory School, within which he ran track as well as improved his 100-meter moment to 10.90 seconds as well as set a personal best within 200 metres with a time of 21.94 seconds at the Florida High Schools Athletic Association’s 2A District 15 regional championship track meet.
Hollywood Brown joined with College of Canyons for such a 2016 season following getting no scholarship offers from Division 1 institutions. Brown worked at Six Flags Magic Mountain to make enough money since California junior colleges do not grant athletics scholarships.
Hollywood Brown earned multiple Division 1 scholarship offers after a year at College of the Canyons, and he committed to Oklahoma. Brown started eight of Oklahoma’s thirteen games his freshman year and had a team-high 1,095 receiving yards, making him the eighth all-time receiver in single-season yards. He also set an Oklahoma record for yards receiving inside a single match with 265 yards versus Oklahoma State. Brown stated on January 2, 2019, that he will forego his final year of eligibility in order to enter the 2019 NFL Draft.