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Scott Brown
Regional Scout

BIOGRAPHY

Scott Brown is in his third season with the 49ers as the team’s midwest regional scout. He joined the 49ers after spending the 2011 season as the defensive line coach at Arizona State. Prior to joining the Sun Devils, Brown served as the defensive line coach at Colorado State from 2008-10.

Brown joined the Rams staff from Duke University, where he had spent the previous 12 seasons (1996-2007) coaching the defensive line and special teams. Prior to his tenure at Duke, Brown coached four seasons on the staff at Minnesota, where he coached the defensive line (1992-94) and linebackers (1995).

He also served nine years at Texas Christian University (1983-91) and three at Southwest Texas State (1980-82), coaching defensive line all 12 seasons. At Southwest Texas State (1980-83), he helped the Bobcats to consecutive Division II national championships, posting victories over North Dakota State in 1981 and UC Davis in 1982. Brown launched his coaching career with a four-year stint in various coaching roles at his alma mater, Adams State (1976-79), in Southern Colorado.

A native of Del Norte, CO, Brown was an All-American at Del Norte (CO) High School, and went on to play linebacker and defensive end at Adams State, where he earned both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in physical education.

Reggie Cobb is in his sixth year with the 49ers as the club’s western regional scout. In 2011, Cobb was named NFC Scout of the Year by the Fritz Pollard Alliance.

Cobb joined the 49ers after spending the previous six years scouting the Southwest region for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and two seasons (2001-02) as a member of the Washington Redskins scouting department.

Cobb enjoyed a seven-year playing career that began as a second-round pick (30th overall) by the Buccaneers in 1990. Cobb played his first four seasons (1990-93) with Tampa Bay before playing one season each with Green Bay (1994), Jacksonville (1995) and the N.Y. Jets (1996).

Cobb finished his college career ranked third on the University of Tennessee’s career rushing chart with 2,360 yards and 26 touchdowns. He was also a member of the school’s 100th anniversary team. Cobb lettered in track and graduated with a degree in urban studies in 1990.

Cobb and his son, DeMarcus, live in Sugarland, Texas.

Scott Brown is in his third season with the 49ers as the team’s midwest regional scout. He joined the 49ers after spending the 2011 season as the defensive line coach at Arizona State. Prior to joining the Sun Devils, Brown served as the defensive line coach at Colorado State from 2008-10.

Brown joined the Rams staff from Duke University, where he had spent the previous 12 seasons (1996-2007) coaching the defensive line and special teams. Prior to his tenure at Duke, Brown coached four seasons on the staff at Minnesota, where he coached the defensive line (1992-94) and linebackers (1995).

He also served nine years at Texas Christian University (1983-91) and three at Southwest Texas State (1980-82), coaching defensive line all 12 seasons. At Southwest Texas State (1980-83), he helped the Bobcats to consecutive Division II national championships, posting victories over North Dakota State in 1981 and UC Davis in 1982. Brown launched his coaching career with a four-year stint in various coaching roles at his alma mater, Adams State (1976-79), in Southern Colorado.

A native of Del Norte, CO, Brown was an All-American at Del Norte (CO) High School, and went on to play linebacker and defensive end at Adams State, where he earned both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in physical education.

Reggie Cobb is in his sixth year with the 49ers as the club’s western regional scout. In 2011, Cobb was named NFC Scout of the Year by the Fritz Pollard Alliance.

Cobb joined the 49ers after spending the previous six years scouting the Southwest region for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and two seasons (2001-02) as a member of the Washington Redskins scouting department.

Cobb enjoyed a seven-year playing career that began as a second-round pick (30th overall) by the Buccaneers in 1990. Cobb played his first four seasons (1990-93) with Tampa Bay before playing one season each with Green Bay (1994), Jacksonville (1995) and the N.Y. Jets (1996).

Cobb finished his college career ranked third on the University of Tennessee’s career rushing chart with 2,360 yards and 26 touchdowns. He was also a member of the school’s 100th anniversary team. Cobb lettered in track and graduated with a degree in urban studies in 1990.

Cobb and his son, DeMarcus, live in Sugarland, Texas.

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