Prospect From Georgia Busy Checking Out Colleges

This talented prospect from the Peach State talks about his trips to Auburn and to the FSU/Miami game.

Franklin, Ga.--Carlos Brown is quick and elusive running back prospect from Heard County High who was in Auburn to check out the Tigers' home opener versus Georgia Tech. The talented athlete says he really enjoyed the experience.

"It was great," he tells Inside the Auburn Tigers. "I met a lot of other players from Georgia and Alabama, and it was the first game I had ever been to at Auburn and it was awesome."

He added that the atmosphere surrounding the 7:45 p.m. kickoff for the game was his favorite part of the trip. "It was a night game and I love night games," Brown explains. "It was just out of control, man. It was awesome. I loved it. There were so many people in there and at times they got super loud and it was nice."

Along with checking out the game, Brown says he also got to hang out with some other prospects and some Auburn coaches. "Actually, I got to hang out with Marcus Ball, Ben Tate, Chris Slaughter and A.J. Cooley," he notes. "Also, I met up with Coach (Eddie) Gran and Coach (Hugh) Nall. It went well. I met up with them, but we didn't really get to talk about much, we were just getting caught up on everything."

Carlos Brown

Brown kept a busy schedule over the holiday weekend and headed to Tallahassee after the Tigers' game on Saturday night to check out the game between the Seminoles and Hurricanes on Monday night. "I made it down," he says. "It was out of control also. After the Auburn game, I expected that game to be just like that and it was."

Brown was able to lead his team to a hard fought win in their season opener, but he notes that was not the case in the Braves' second game. "The second week we let one slip by us," he says. "We should have gotten that one, but we are back on track now and we are ready to win some more."

The 5-11, 195-pound prospect, who says he is working hard to make the best out of his move to the quarterback positon this season, notes that he is interested in all of the major colleges accross the Southeast and a couple of schools outside the region such as Michigan and Purdue.

This weekend, Brown says he is planning on staying pretty close to home to check out a college game. "I am going to Georgia this weekend," he notes.


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