Montay Brown was a first team all-city selection at tailback last fall and returns this season as arguably the top running back in the entire Bay Area. Arizona used to have a pipeline to Skyline High and it could serve them well to get back into the talent-laden program."> Montay Brown was a first team all-city selection at tailback last fall and returns this season as arguably the top running back in the entire Bay Area. Arizona used to have a pipeline to Skyline High and it could serve them well to get back into the talent-laden program.">

Bay Area Tailback Listing Arizona

<a href="http://scout.theinsiders.com/a.z?s=106&p=8&c=1&nid=1293083">Montay Brown</a> was a first team all-city selection at tailback last fall and returns this season as arguably the top running back in the entire Bay Area. Arizona used to have a pipeline to Skyline High and it could serve them well to get back into the talent-laden program.

Height: 5-9
Weight: 210
40 time: 4.6
Bench: 295
Squat: 550
Clean: 230
Vertical:'30
From: Oakland, California
High School: Skyline

"I like Arizona and Arizona State," said Brown. "I do not know too much about either school but I do know that I would kind of like to get away from home. I have family out there."

Brown's current top five are Oregon, Fresno State, Washington, UA, and ASU. "I'd say Oregon is my leader. Them and Utah have been calling the most."

As a junior, he rushed for 920 yards and 10 touchdowns. Through four games this year, he has 75 carries for 429 yards and four touchdowns. Skyline is 3-1.

Brown is a very talented player but there is a potential problem. "I have a 2.1 core GPA that I need to get up."

He is taking his SAT this Saturday and would like to major in Business. "If I do not make it to the NFL I would like to be an Accountant because I am real good with numbers."

Brown has not scheduled, or taken, any official visits yet. "I did take one unofficial trip to Oregon over the summer but have not been on any other trips. I'll probably take them after my senior year."

Besides RB, he feels he could be a strong safety or outside linebacker in college.

Skyline faces San Mateo Serra, this Friday.


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