Brown Lands USC Offer

Fontana (CA) Kaiser DB/RB Anthony Brown has been one of the hardest working kids in the 2010 recruiting class, and all the hard work paid off in a major way on Thursday, as the talented prospect received an offer from USC after the Rising Stars Camp.

Fontana (CA) Kaiser DB/RB Anthony Brown has been one of the hardest working kids in the 2010 recruiting class, and all the hard work paid off in a major way on Thursday, as the talented prospect received an offer from USC after the Rising Stars Camp.

"Pete Carroll told me that he would like me to come play for his team," Brown said. "I was real happy. I have been waiting for this offer.

"It's been a long journey. I have gone to all these different camps and combines and performed well. I have that assassin mentality to go out and compete every time and that is what I did."

Brown, who is being recruited as a running back by most schools, caught the eye of the USC coaches with his aggressive play as a cornerback and was offered as an athlete.

"I did good as a defensive back. That was what they wanted to come out here and see. I went against a bunch of good wide receivers, but in my mind I look at every player the same, so everything went well."

Brown arrived at the Rising Stars Camp hungry to earn an offer from the Trojans and did just that by locking down nearly ever receiver that he faced at the star-studded camp.

"I went to the Skills Camp two weeks ago, and they said they wanted me to come back to compete with the best receivers at the Rising Stars Camp, and I showed them what I could do," Brown said.

The 5-foot-11, 180-pund athlete now has offers from Nebraska, Colorado, UTEP and Nevada as well as USC.


Brown goes up high to make the play.


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