What Can Brown Do for UCF?

Last year the Knights made great inlays on the recruiting trail at Georgia powerhouse Tucker H.S. with the acquisitions of both Jonathan Davis and A.J. Bouye. The Knights will look to continue their success at Tucker with a talented 2010 prospect.

Quenton Brown is a talented 2010 prospect. He has the capability to play on both sides of the ball at both tight end and defensive end and has caught the eye of several programs including the likes of West Virginia, Miami, and UCF, who have all offered. He was a large part of last year's state title run for Tucker, along with former teammates Jonathan Davis and A.J. Bouye. So what does Quenton think about the possibility of playing with A.J. and Jonathan at the next level?

"It would be nice," stated Quenton Brown. "They are both good friends and it would be nice to play with guys you know."

Quenton has visited UCF, and we asked what he thought about it, and what is he looking for in a school?

"I like all the coaches [at UCF], I also like the facilities," Brown told Inside Knights. "If I really like the team and the coaches I will commit, I want to commit somewhere before the season."

Brown is waiting everything out, as he will receive more offers as the process goes on further. Right now, all the schools recruiting him have offered at defensive end, and he is excited about that. He will project as a great defensive lineman due to great size (6'3" 215 lbs.) and great speed (4.58, 40 yd. dash). He is a talented player and will help out whoever is lucky enough to land his services, and UCF could be that lucky team.

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