Productive WR Hoping To Make Some Noise

This class of 2009 prospect talks recruiting and what he does best.

Baton Rouge, La.--One of the most productive receivers in Louisiana was on display at one of Auburn's ssummer football camps and says that he's hoping to showcase his skills even more as a senior.

Bradley Brown from Capitol Senior High is a 5-9 1/2, 165 rising senior who is coming off an impressive junior season that saw him produce 1,302 receiving yards and 15 touchdowns and 55 carries for 300 yards with three scores at running back, Brown could be a player to watch going into the fall.

Bradley Brown

The big question may be which side of the ball he ends up playing. Also a solid cornerback, Brown added two interceptions and seven pass deflections. While his skills may translate to the next level, Brown says he first has to get someone to pull the trigger with an offer.

"The schools that I'm hearing from and that have come to my school are Florida, LSU, Auburn, Ole Miss, Louisiana-Monroe, Louisiana-Lafayette, Louisiana Tech, Tulane, Louisville, Texas A&M and Baylor. I don't have any offers yet, but I feel like that could change. I went to Louisiana-Monroe recently for a camp and they said they may offer me."

A three-year starter, Brown says his best 40-yard dash time is 4.49 seconds and his quickness is obvious when you see him in action. A demanding receiver who wants the ball on every play, Brown was one of the leaders for Capitol during its time at an Auburn seven-on-seven team passing camp. He notes that when he's on the field it's his foot speed that gets the job done.

"My quickness is probably my strength," Brown says. "I have a little bit of speed. I like to catch and run so I catch the ball, make a move, and get up the field. Most of all it's my quickness and my hands."


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