|2015 TEXAS TECH COMMITS|
|Madison Akamnonu||OT||HS||Arlington (Bowie HS)||6-5||270|
|Tony Brown||WR||HS||La Mirada, Calif.||6-1||175|
|Corey Dauphine||RB||HS||Port Arthur (Memorial HS)||6-1||180|
|Conner Dyer||OT||HS||Mesquite (Horn HS)||6-5||275|
|Trace Ellison||OT||HS||Frisco (Centennial HS)||6-6||285|
|Breiden Fehoko||DT||HS||Honolulu, HI (Farrington HS)||6-3||280|
|Jonathan Giles||WR||HS||Fort Bend (Elkins HS)||6-0||170|
|D'Vonta Hinton||LB||HS||Texas City||5-10||210|
|Furquan Shorts||WR||HS||Humble (Atascocita)||6-2||195|
|Terrence Steele||OL||HS||Cibolo (Steele)||6-6||310|
|Carlos Strickland||WR||HS||Dallas (Skyline)||6-4||190|
|Courtney Wallace||DT||HS||Neville, LA||6-2||310|
La Mirada (Calif.) receiver Tony Brown announced his commitment to Texas Tech on Thursday.
Brown, who is rated as a four-star prospect, the No. 32 receiver nationally and No. 6 in California by Scout, chose the Red Raiders over offers from Colorado, Iowa State, Nebraska, Purdue, San Diego State, SMU, UCLA, Utah, Utah State and Washington State.
The 6-foot-1, 170-pound receiver told Scout National Recruiting Analyst Greg Biggins recently he liked Texas Tech because of his relationship with the coaching staff, they made him a high priority, Tech made multiple home visits and he feels comfortable with them. Texas Tech special teams coach Darrin Chiaverini led Brown's recruitment and this is his first major high school land since joining the staff last January.
According to MaxPreps Brown caught 46 passes for 993 yards and 11 touchdowns in 10 games as a senior.
Brown joins fellow four-star Carlos Strickland from Dallas Skyline and three-star receivers Jonathan Giles from Fort Bend Elkins and Furquan Shorts from Humble Atascocita as commits in Texas Tech's current recruiting class.