Brown Names A Leader...

Waxahachie's Ladarius Brown can be easily described as one of those highly talented prospects who doesn't care for the limelight. The 6-foot-2, 190-pound receiver is an elite 2011 prospect who recorded 34 catches for 889 yards and 9 TD's his junior year. With over 15 offers from top programs across the country, Brown is starting to think more about recruiting as the 2010 season approaches.

Waxahachie's Ladarius Brown can be easily described as one of those highly talented prospects who doesn't care for the limelight. The 6-foot-2, 190-pound receiver is about as soft spoken as they come, which he admits he inherited from his mother. Brown is an elite 2011 prospect who recorded 34 receptions for 889 yards and 9 touchdowns his junior year. With over 15 offers from top programs across the country, Brown is starting to think about recruiting more and more as the 2010 season approaches.

The Aggies were one of two schools to host LaDarius this spring, the other being TCU. Brown is considered the top rated offensive player on the A&M "big board" for 2011. The talented playmaker recently told Websider's Taylor Hamm who is leading for his services.

"A&M," simply stated by the soft spoken receiver when asked who is leading for him at the moment. "They have good coaches and good players. I could see myself playing there over any other college right now."

What area recruiter does Brown like the most and have the best personal relationship with?

"McMillian from A&M."

Many are wondering why Brown doesn't go ahead and pull the trigger with the Ags? The answer is, Brown still wants to visit a few schools before shutting down the recruiting process.

"I still want to take visits to more colleges," said Brown. "I want to visit Oklahoma and Oklahoma State."

Brown, like most kids his age, enjoy playing video games with friends. When asked who "his team" is on the new NCAA 2011 football game, Brown had this to say:

"I'm playing with A&M right now," Brown said, laughing.

Brown intends to visit both Oklahoma programs in the fall when he is eligible to take official visits. Baylor and TCU were the other schools Brown admitted to be in contact with on top of A&M. Brown reports no new offers.


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