The Insiders.com has Brown listed as the #53 player in the nation and is considered a four-star prospect by network analysts. He is listed as the 9th best running back in America and also the 10th best player in the southeast for 2003.
Film Session: Andre Brown
Greenville Rose Senior Season Highlights
Watch Brown motor throw opposing defenses in this 1 min. 20 second clip of action!
Thanks in part to Andre Brown's 270 yard effort in this championship game, he set the state of North Carolina's single-season rushing record, gaining 3,479 yards and 46 touchdowns on the season. He broke the record on his final touchdown of the day, a 56-yard scamper.
Andre Brown passing video
That's right! Andre can throw the football too!
Shrine Bowl Highlights
Andre Brown led North Carolina to a 21-12 victory over South Carolina. Brown was named offensive MVP for the game after rushing for 126 yards and 1 touchdown.
The Sabre's recruiting list
A.B. Profile from TheSabre.com.
Shrine Bowl Roster
2003 North Carolina Shrine Bowl Profile.
Brown bags top honor
The accolades keep on coming for Andre Brown of Greenville Rose. The senior running back, who rushed for 3,478 yards and 47 touchdowns to lead Rose to the Class 4-A state title, was named The Associated Press player of the year by a panel of North Carolina journalists on Friday.
PrepStar Eastbay Top 100 Dream Team
Andre makes dream team after stellar senior season.
CFN's Top High School Running Back Prospects
College Football News has Brown listed as the 10th best RB in the nation.
MAX EMFINGER 2003 ULTIMATE SUPER SEVEN!
Andre listed as the 6th best tailback in the nation.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super Southern 100
Brown listed with 16 other running backs from the south.
2003 Tampa Tribune Best Of The South Team
Brown makes Tampa Tribune's Honorable Mention Team.
Greenville Rose's Brown named AP player of year
"He had just set a state single-season rushing record, but all Andre Brown wanted to talk about was leading Greenville Rose to its first state championship in nearly three decades."
Brown makes his decision
JH Rose (Greenville, NC) running back Andre Brown announced his collegiate decision this evening, selecting NC State over Virginia and North Carolina.
Andre Brown - Changing his visitation plans?
"I was going to Nebraska, but N.C. State wanted me there on that date, so I guess I just have to figure out which one gets that visit." Andre said. "Right now, I haven't thought about it too much."
Chatter on Andre Brown's commitment
This is huge for NCSU as far as visibility with a top-notch recruit announcing on and I hope to see the dice start falling now.
Sandlappers plagued by string of turnovers
"Tar Heels tailback Andre Brown punished the Sandlappers with 122 yards and a touchdown on 16 carries."
Tale of 2 halves for Sandlappers
"Brown, who played this past season for J.H. Rose High School in Greenville, N.C., took home the North Carolina Offensive MVP."
Pack gets top running back
"T.A. McLendon. Hopefully, he'll help me get better as a running back. We can work out together and be a good backfield."
Andre Brown chooses N.C. State
"Chuck Amato is a great guy," Brown said. "He's just so down to earth. He'll just tell you like it is. He's just an awesome guy."