Aggies Creeping Up Brown's List?

It's no secret that Waxahachie athlete Ladarius Brown is one of the most coveted prospects for the Aggie's 2011 class. The 6-foot-2, 175 pounder did not start playing football until he got to high school, but quickly caught the attention of college coaches in 2008 when he earned all-district honors at safety and receiver in his first season of varsity football. Does Brown have A&M in his top 2?

It's no secret that Waxahachie (TX) athlete Ladarius Brown is one of the most coveted prospects for the Aggie's 2011 class. The 6-foot-2, 175 pounder did not start playing football until he got to high school, but quickly caught the attention of college coaches in 2008 when he earned all-district honors at safety and receiver in his first season of varsity football.

Brown burst on the scene in 2009 with some big time numbers on offense. As a junior, he recorded a team-high of 889 yards and nine touchdowns on 34 receptions and was named first-team all-district and all-area on offense.

Ladarius already holds offers from Alabama, Houston, TCU, Texas A&M, and Texas Tech. At this time, Brown is keeping his options open when it comes to favorites but he did admit that he is slightly favoring three in-state schools.

"A&M and TCU are at the top right now with Texas close behind," said Brown.

A&M has a junior day coming up on the 28th and Brown is looking to attend.

"I couldn't make the last one but I'm going to try to get down for the next one," said Brown.

Coach McMillian and Ladarius haven't discussed what side of the ball they want him on but that's because their conversations don't usually include football.

"We usually talk about life and what's going on with me. Sometimes we talk about track and maybe a little bit about football."

Brown's athletic abilities don't end on the gridiron. The versatile athlete plays varsity basketball and runs the 100 and 200 on Waxahachie's varsity track team.


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