Cornerback of the future?

While an injury kept <B>Titus Brothers</B> out of part of the track season, he is now prepared for his journey up to Lincoln and looking forward to beginning of fall practice. Titus was generous enough to share his thoughts on coming to Lincoln, what he expects, and even thoughts on a potential big name running back that will be a senior this year at Judson High School this upcoming year.

Titus Brothers-Converse, TX (Judson HS)- (CB-5'11-188-4.3/40) Had a mild hamstring injury midway through this spring's track season that kept out of nearly half of his meets. "I was able to come back near the end of the year and compete in State. We took fifth in the 4x200 and 8th in the 4x100. The leg is 100% now, no problems." But with track season and the injury taking up most of his spring Titus really hasn't started his training for football "I start that next week. I'm in pretty good shape right now, but I need to keep it that way."

Coach Jamrog is also his main contact, calling him once a week "We talk about a lot of stuff. Family, football, the program, basic stuff, everything. Pretty much just what two people would talk about on the phone."

As for the past couple months (since Feb 5th) Titus had some interesting stuff to say. "It's been alright. A lot calmer than it was before I committed. I am kind of nervous. I'm kind of anxious to see what it's going to be like. I don't know if I'm going to red shirt or not. They've left that up to me. I know if I come in and play up to my potential I can see some meaningful playing time right away."

I also was able to speak about a teammate of Titus's. One that may be getting a lot of attention come this fall when the recruiting season really hits full stride, Chancy Campbell. "Oh he's definitely Division-I material. I think right now he's going to take a look at all the schools that get in contact with him. He'll look around and see what best for him."

Titus will be coming up in Mid July and staying, not returning home prior to the start of fall practices.

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