What's the Latest with Jo Jo?

Crisp county QB Jo Jo Brown is receiving attention from most of the top football programs in the Southeast. Where do the Tigers stand with the talented quarterback? We've got all the details in this in-depth recruiting update.

QB Jo Jo Brown
6-3, 190, 4.6
Crisp County High School
Cordele, Georgia

Brown has led Crisp County High School to a 2-2 start on the season. Last week the prize recruit completed 20 of 33 passes for 195 yards and 2 touchdowns.

The 6-3, 190 pound prospect currently has offers from Clemson, South Carolina, Maryland, Louisville, Wake Forest and Vanderbilt, but expect that list to grow over the next few weeks with Tennessee, Alabama, and North Carolina State all showing interest. The in-state schools don't appear to be recruiting the talented quarterback as heavily so it appears that he will be headed out of state.

Brown is not ready to go on record with a leader at this point. "They are all about even. I like all of the teams that have offered. I'm considering all of them."

The talented quarterback is planning to wait until his senior season is complete to make a commitment. "I will probably make my decision right after the season," stated Brown.

The star quarterback from Cordele, Georgia has already attended the Auburn - Southern California game, the Georgia Tech - Auburn game and the Georgia - South Carolina game.

Brown plans to visit Columbia for the LSU game in a few weeks, and he also plans to attend a game later this season at Clemson. "I need to get in touch with Coach Hines to setup my visit to Clemson," stated the prize recruit.

What will the talented quarterback consider when determining where he will play next season? "I will see if I fit into what they are trying to do on offense. I want to play quarterback in college. I will look at the atmosphere of the school. I will also see if I like the coaches and the players. I will also look to see if I will get a chance for playing time."

We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding quarterback from Georgia, right up through signing day 2004.

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