The 3-star wide receiver is coming off of a really good junior year where he caught for 813 yards & 13 touchdowns. Brown showed this past season that he has big play ability displaying that he is a mismatch for most defensive backs. Brown was listed at 5-11 but he seems to have hit a growth spurt since last summer. Brown measured in a 6-1 & a half for LSU junior day on last week, which had wide receiver coach Mickey Joseph very intrigued. Expect Brown to be invited to LSU’s elite prospect camp this summer to get further evaluated.
Brown will get a lot of attention from schools this spring & summer leading into his senior year. According to 247 sports, Brown is the #18 ranked overall prospect in Louisiana for the 2020 class. The talented receiver has a good chance to see himself move up in the rankings before next season after he hits the camp circuit this summer.
The Northwood-Shreveport prospect currently holds offers from Kansas, University of Louisiana-Lafayette, University of Louisiana-Monroe, & Southern Mississippi. Schools like LSU, Houston, Virginia, Colorado, & Tulane are all monitoring Brown closely at the moment. Don’t be surprised if these schools pull the trigger on Brown sooner than later along with some other programs.
Brown possesses nice size to go with good route running & his ability to attack the ball at it’s highest point is exceptional. Of course Brown still needs to polish up a few things, but the ceiling for this kid should make a lot of schools very intrigued with what he could develop into on the next level. His yards after the catch are very impressive & he shows the ability to make defenders miss in space more often than not.
The progression Brown has shown every year leaves me to believe he will continue to get better & better. I see Brown ending up being one of the best receivers to come out of this 2020 class in Louisiana when it’s all said & done
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