MOBILE, Ala. - Cornerback Leodis McKelvin did not play for Neal Brown at Troy, but he has no doubts that the former Boyle County standout will do a superb job as Troy's offensive coordinator next season.
"Coach Brown will do a good job as offensive coordinator. He knows the system and he will be fine with that. If you know it, it will work. I can testify to that because I practiced against it every day," McKelvin said. " He just has to get the right personnel to make sure he can execute it like he wants, but there's no doubt he knows the system."
McKelvin is here for the Senior Bowl and is being projected a future NFL player after making 52 tackles, breaking up eight passes and intercepting two passes for Troy last year.
Brown was Troy's receivers coach last year, but was promoted when Tony Franklin, the former Kentucky offensive coordinator and head coach at Mercer County, left to become the offensive coordinator at Auburn.