Neil Brown plays for a Buford team that is just plain scary. After winning two straight state titles, this may be Coach Dexter Wood's most talented team yet, and Brown is a big reason why. An even scarier thoughts for teams on Buford's schedule is that the Wolves' highest rated defensive player and offensive lineman missed two games because of an injury. Still Buford has yet to give up a point this season.
While the Wolves have a distinct destination of the Georgia Dome for the state
playoffs, Brown has not yet focused on where he would like to play his college
ball next season.
"I have about 14 offers right now," said Brown. "I went to the
Auburn/USC game, and I went to the Duke/Rice game. I'll be in Knoxville for the
Tennessee/Georgia game this weekend. I don't really have any favorites, but I
know that Nebraska and Wake Forest will definitely get visits. I will also visit
North Carolina in two weeks for an unofficial."
Ga DT Remains Open
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