New addition to RU 2006 Class

Although Letter of Intent Day has long past, Larry Blustein introduces Rutgers fans to a late addition to the 2006 class by way of another audio-video interview conducted during's coverage of the RU camps in the sunshine state.

Though the start of the signing period has long passed, and though most of the current talk is on soon-to-be Seniors, brings to you the latest addition to the 2006 Rutgers Football class. Antonio Brown, by way of Miami Norland (Miami, FL), stands in at 5-feet 9-inches and 170-pounds and has become the latest addition to the 2006 class. Brown becomes the eigth member of the 2006 class that calls Florida his home.

Brown's athleticism and versatility were his main assets in high school, attributes that made him an an attractive prospect to Rutgers. Having played the QB, WR, and CB positions, Brown will be manning the CB spot during his tenure at Rutgers.

Last year, while attending the Miami Nike Camp Brown put together a 4.49-40 yard dash (Rutgers signee Tim Brown [no relation] had bested all in attendance with a 4.41-second 40) and a 4.12 in the shuttle. His testing numbers impressive, what was the reason behind Antonio Brown's late addition to the Scarlet Knight class?

In this exclusive interview, only available to Premium Members, we bring you an audio-video interview conducted by nationally recognized journalist and columnist Larry Blustein with the latest addition to the 2006 class - Antonio Brown.

Fans should click on the following image of Antonio to view's interview. We hope you enjoy this and the many similar segments to follow in the days and weeks ahead.

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