Terence Brown Commits

Terence Brown, a highly recruited South Carolina offensive lineman who has received firm scholarship offers from Clemson, South Carolina, Vanderbilt and recruiting attention from dozens of other colleges, verbally committed last night to play for BYU head coach Gary Crowton.

OL Terence Brown
6-3, 285, 5.2
Summerville High School
Summerville, South Carolina

Ranked a 4-Star recruit by national recruiting expert Max Emfinger, the 6-3, 285-pound lineman from football powerhouse Summerville said, "It just felt right. I was pretty wide open up until a few weeks ago. Then I just started thinking more and more that BYU was the place I needed to go to. I'm very happy and very comfortable with my decision. It feels right."

He said he told BYU recruiting coordinator Mike Empey last night of his decision to commit to the Cougars. "I then spoke with Coach Crowton and the offensive line coach (Lance Reynolds). It was great to finally get the decision made. I was excited to tell them and I think they were excited to learn of my decision," Brown added.

Brown attended the BYU summer camp and has been times at 4.98 in the forty. "I really liked my time at BYU this summer. All the coaches are great, especially Coach Crowton. He just makes you feel like he knows you and I like that in a coach. I really like where he's taking the program and think he's doing the right things. I want to be part of what he does," he said.

The South Carolina native was most recently rumored to be leaning toward Nebraska. He said he did not grow up a BYU fan. "I always liked Nebraska. It wasn't that I didn't like BYU, but Nebraska was my school," he said.

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