Brown Adding Offers

The Houston area receiver is considered one of the top playmakers at his position in the nation. Standing 6'3", Brown is a big target on the field and for college recruiters.

Alief Taylor's Keenen Brown (6'3" 195) is a hot commodity these days. The Houston area receiver, ranked as the #15 WR in the country by, has been on the radar of major programs throughout the process and recently added two new offers. caught up with Brown to get the latest on his recruitment.

"It's been going pretty good" said Brown. "I have 12 offers now and I just got offered by Iowa State and Wake Forest"

LSU is another school that offered Brown recently and they joined the likes of Michigan State, Ole Miss, Missouri, Oklahoma, Utah, West Virginia and others when they extended the verbal invite.

With TCU landing Brown's teammate from a year ago, Trevorris Johnson, many that follow the program felt like TCU would have the inside track with Brown should they decide to offer. Well, TCU hasn't offered and Brown says he's not hearing much from the Horned Frogs these days.

"No, not really" he said. "I haven't heard from them so I don't know what's up with TCU."

With the lack of communication between the two parties, Brown says he's not sure where he stands with the Frogs and at this point, he'll listen, but he knows he has other options as well.

"I mean, I would still be interested, but I'm not sure what's up" said Brown. "If they offer, I'll still look at them but right now, I'm looking to commit sometime during my senior year and I will visit some schools then."

With the Frogs not showing Brown as much attention lately, you have to wonder where he is on their list of receivers. Does TCU feel really good about another receiving target at this point? With the Frogs taking such a small class in 2014, it could just be that TCU is taking their time with their evaluations at each position. Stay logged on to to see if TCU eventually extends an offer to Brown. If they do, they could be right back in the mix.

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