Anthony Brown is focused on football

Kaiser High isn't having the type of season they would like to be with a 3-3 record, but Anthony Brown is satisfied with how he's played individually and hopes to improve Kaiser's record to 4-3 this Friday with a victory over Norte Vista.

"Things are going pretty good for me, but teams aren't throwing the ball my way very often," said Brown. "But when they do, I'm making plays and breaking up passes."

Although Brown committed a few months ago, USC hasn't taken his commitment for granted and are in constant contact with Brown.

"Yeah, I committed to them three months ago, so I talk to USC all the time," said the talented cornerback. "Brennan Carroll and I have a real good connection right now between us two."

We asked Brown if there are any schools still coming after him hard like they were before he verbally committed to USC.

"Everything has calmed down a little bit," said Brown when asked if other schools were still recruiting him hard. "There were coaches contacting me for a few weeks after I committed, but it's calm right now and I'm just relaxing, focusing on the football season and school."

Brown has watched the Trojans play at the Coliseum and watches them on television each week. He gave us his impression of how the Trojans have played this year.

"That was a heartbreaker," said Brown about USC's loss to Washington. "But the defense has looked really good, they're playing aggressive and that's what I like. It was hard to overcome not having Taylor Mays and losing Matt Barkley for one game. But we've moved on and are getting the job done now. Matt has become the leader of the team and his teammates are responding."

After Norte Vista, Kaiser plays Summit and Brown was asked what he expects from their star athlete, junior ATH Devon Blackmon?

"We expect some big plays from him, but we'll be ready to play," Brown said.

Anthony Brown said he will more than likely be at the USC vs Oregon State game.


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