Missouri Offer "Top Notch" With Jersey WR

The Missouri Tigers ventured into the Northeast last week and offered a pair of teammates from New Jersey. Following the details of Ryan Izzo's recruitment, ShowMeMizzou.com has his fellow receiver, Noah Brown's take and plans regarding his Tiger offer.

The Missouri Tigers have extended a scholarship offer to 2014 WR prospect Noah Brown  6’2”  215  Sparta (NJ) Pope John XXIII.   Recently, Brown spoke with ShowMeMizzou.com, and he talked about his Missouri offer.

Earlier, Missouri Assistant Coach Dave Steckel had stopped by Pope John XXIII.    Afterwards, Brown had received the news when he spoke to Coach Steckel on the phone.

“The Missouri offer is really very, very exciting,”   said Brown.   “It’s my first SEC offer, so that’s some top-notch football right there!   The fact that they’ve offered me a scholarship has got me very excited!   I’m definitely very excited about it!”

Brown is a physical receiver, who at times last season, lined up in the back field.   As a junior, he rushed for 847 yards and 14 TDs on 98 carries (8.6 yards/carry), and he made 41 receptions for 630 yards (15.4 yards/reception) and 6 TDs.   He also racked up 4 more TDs on kickoff returns.

Brown currently holds offers from Boston College, Georgia Tech, Michigan State, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Penn State, Pittsburgh, Rutgers, Syracuse, Temple, Virginia, Virginia Tech, West Virginia, and Wisconsin, in addition to Missouri.   He’s also hearing from Alabama, Florida State, and Oregon, among others.

Brown is hoping to narrow things down this summer.

“I’d like to take a visit to Missouri sometime,”   said Brown, who went on to say that he wasn’t sure when a Missouri visit would occur.   “Hopefully, sometime over the summer.”

He also hopes to visit Alabama, Michigan, Michigan State, and Wisconsin.  He’s already visited several schools, including Boston College, North Carolina, Penn State, Ohio State, Rutgers, Temple, and Virginia Tech.


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