Husker legacy commits to Nebraska

Drew Brown from Southlake (Texas) Carroll knows a little bit about Nebraska. The standout kicker is the younger brother of former Nebraska Cornhusker and NFL kicker Drew Brown.

Sources are confirming that 5-foot-10 and 160-pound Drew Brown from Southlake (Texas) Carroll has committed to Nebraska. The standout kicker is the younger brother of Kris Brown, a four-year starter as a kicker at Nebraska and won two national championships.

The Nebraska kicking camp is June 7-8 and reportedly Brown picked up an offer from Nebraska after camp and committed. Brown has been unavailable for comment thus far.

Brown becomes the third known commitment in the class of 2014 for Nebraska. Brown is also the second commitment from the state of Texas joining Jason Hall from Grand Prairie (Texas) South.

In an earlier interview with Carroll head coach Hal Wasson commented on Brown and his abilities.

"Brown is our starting field goal kicker," Southlake Carrol Head Coach Hal Wasson said. "He will be a two year starter when everything is done. He could be a our kick off specialist too, but we had a Houston commit there in Ty Cummings.

"I have a lot of confidence in Brown already. I know that he's just a junior, but in a game situation I know that I would feel just fine with Brown kicking up to a 50 yard field goal."

Bryan Munson has worked with Big Red Report for 10 years covering recruiting and football and has covered Nebraska recruiting for 12 years.
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