Many of the mentioned schools have already made a stop by his school, with more still to come.
"Kansas, Texas Tech, LSU, Iowa and Tulsa have come by the school," Brown told InsideTheVille.com. "I think Coach Alford from Louisville is coming by [Friday]. They were the first to offer me. I don‘t much about Louisville yet, but I want to know more and I‘m looking forward to it."
As a junior Brown, who measures in at 6'0, 181-pounds, hauled in 38 receptions for 540 yards and six touchdowns.
"Route running, my hands, reading the defenses, being precise and constant," Brown said of his strengths.
Seguin head coach Ricky Albus described his senior-to-be as an explosive receiver that has the ability to compete for extra yardage.
"Other than the fact he is a talented kid, the thing I think that makes him special is his explosiveness," Albus said. "He is not what I consider a pure track guy that plays football, he has a lot of explosion about him. He is definitely the strongest receiver I've been around. He has tremendous ability to make people miss, but he also has some power and it shows in gaining yards after the catch."
After serving in a reserve capacity on the defensive side of the ball for the past few seasons, Brown is slated to start at linebacker this fall.
"I've played some backup cornerback and outside linebacker that past couple years, but I think I'm going to start at outside linebacker this season," he said.
Check out Brown's junior highlights in the following Scout.com video highlights…
#81 DeAundre Brown