"Brown plays safety, but is a more natural fit to play cornerback," Scout.com national analyst Greg Powers said. "He is in the mold of an Eric Berry, who can just about do everything in the defensive backfield. He has the size and physique of an elite college player and has already developed a strong work ethic off the field.
"Additionally, he is a nationally rated track talent and a bonafide speedster posting 4.34 forty-yard dash time to go along with a 60-meter hurdle time of 7.76."
The Crimson Tide already previously had no cornerback commitments in the class.
Brown, a five-star cornerback and No. 3 overall prospect in the class, could cement Alabama at the top spot in the 2014 Scout.com rankings.
UPDATE: Scout caught up with the five-star for a 1-on-1 video interview. Click HERE.