Levi Brown was one of the most productive offensive lineman in Penn State’s history, being a four-year starter from 2003-2006. He was also pretty dominant too, earning All-Big Ten honors his final two seasons in the Blue and White. He went onto be drafted No. 5 overall in the 2007 NFL Draft by the Arizona Cardinals, and while he may have never lived up to his franchise left tackle billing, he was a staple on some pretty good Cardinals team before retiring after the 2013 season.
After his NFL career, Brown went back to school — via Penn State’s online World Campus — where he completed his Masters degree in Human Resources and Employment Relations. Something, something, Grand Experiment.
Just 67 days, folks.