DT Neil Brown
6-2, 250, 4.9
Buford High School
Brown certainly got it done for the 2 time state champion Wolves last season. He had 124 tackles, four sacks, two fumble recoveries, and one touchdown from his defensive tackle position, and he has good strength with a 315 pound bench press and a squat of 495.
At 6-2 and 250 pounds, Brown has some room to grow, but he is explosive off the ball and extremely quick for his size and position. He ran a sub 4.9 at the Nike Camp earlier this spring, and he will be a force to reckon with again this fall.
Several schools have seen the potential already in Brown and have stepped up to the plate and offered him a scholarship. Brown currently lists offers from Wake Forest, Duke, Indiana, MTSU, BYU, UCONN, Arkansas, Vanderblt, UAB, and Louisville.
"Those are the offers I've gotten so far," said Brown. "Auburn and Clemson are recruiting me the hardest right now though. I don't really have a leader at this point. I went to camps at Georgia Tech, Georgia, and Vanderbilt. I'm hoping to take my visits during he season.
We will continue to keep you updated on this fine defensive tackle, right up through signing day 2004.
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