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From: Bellflower, California
High School: St. John Bosco
As a senior, Jamar Brown had 300 yards receiving and one touchdown. On defense, he had 30 tackles and two interceptions. "I can play any position on the field," Brown boasted, "I can play at tight end, running back, receiver, linebacker, or safety."
Sometimes being such a versatile athlete can help players garner college attention, but it can also hurt at times too, because colleges don't know where to put them, especially if they are tweeners. "Right now, the only schools recruiting me are Sacramento State and Colorado. Sac. State has offered me and I am going on a trip to Colorado this weekend. They like me at outside linebacker.
"The Colorado staff recently asked me to send in my transcripts and I just took care of that. Coach Hagan came by my school a month ago and I spoke with him to schedule the visit last week. Colorado is a top school and I like the new staff they have there. I am leaving for the visit on Friday and I am really looking forward to it.
"If I get offered this weekend, I will probably not commit on the spot because I will want to come back and speak with my family about the decision first. But, Colorado is my favorite school right now."
Brown carries a 2.5 core GPA and scored an 1150 on the new version of the SAT. He would like to major in Business.
The BSN will speak with Brown as soon as he gets back from Boulder to get his thoughts on the trip.
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