Who Made the Cut for Early Four-Star WR Kameron Brown?

Scout recently caught up with four-star Class of 2019 wide receiver Kameron Brown who just named his Top 12 list and has offers from coast-to-coast.

Kameron Brown, a 6-foot-0, 165-pound wide receiver from Colleyville (Texas) Heritage already has more than 30 offers on his list and he is starting to narrow his focus. Earlier in the week he released his Top 12 list. 

The list featured schools like AlabamaBaylorFlorida StateGeorgiaNebraskaNorth CarolinaPenn StateSMU, TCUTexasTexas A&M, and UCLA.

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"I feel like it is starting to come together pretty good," Brown said of his recruiting list at the Under Armour Camp. 

"The most heavy interest would probably be UCLABamaTCUNorth CarolinaTexas. It is fun (receiving all of the interest), but it is also hard because they are great schools. You have to really focus hard, because they are all great schools, so it is really hard to depict what the difference maker is going to be." 

As a sophomore in 2016, Brown led his team with 45 receptions for 748 yards and 12 touchdowns. He earned 8-5A Sophomore Offensive MVP honors for his efforts. 

"I feel like I have great speed," Brown said of his strengths."I have strong hands and I feel like I can get people's hands off of me. I am very physical." 

Brown -- who is the son of former Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl MVP cornerback Larry Brown -- has been one of the most dominant wide receivers at The Opening and Under Armour camp stops in the Dallas area. He was named to the Scout Top Offensive Performers and Top Underclassmen lists at both of those camps. 

"It has been pretty fun," Brown said of the camp experience. "I have been able to try and make my own name for myself and not my dad's name. It is really great to come out and compete against the best kids. It is the only way you can get better."

Kameron Brown The Opening Dallas Evaluation: His double and sometimes triple moves at times found him running wide open with defenders not even having a chance to make a play on the football. He has very good hands and looks the ball in. 


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