BRYCE BROWN (Seventh-Round Pick, 229th Overall in 2012 NFL Draft)
One year before his brother Arthur heard his name called in the draft, Bryce Brown became an NFL draft pick in the final round of the 2012 NFL Draft. Brown didn’t see a lot of work during his time in Manhattan, but he showed enough in that year to merit a draft pick by the Eagles.
Brown actually played in all 16 games in both seasons he spent with the Eagles and even started four during his rookie season. He then jumped to Buffalo for 2014 and spent the 2015 season with Seattle.
While Bryce Brown didn’t see any NFL reps in 2016, he actually fared pretty well as an NFL player considering he was a seventh round draft pick. He totaled 1,076 yards off of 251 carries with seven touchdowns in four seasons in the pros.
It’s not tough to argue that Brown had more success than his brother Arthur, who despite being a second round pick, flamed out pretty quickly in the NFL.