Dakota Ridge athlete Keenan Brown is one of the more interesting prospects for Colorado’s class of 2017. The 6-2 165 pound WR/S brings great length and speed to both sides of the ball, traits that have brought college attention to Brown.
A long 6-2, Brown’s most impressive feature is his ability to hit high gear fast. This skill allows Brown to make plays on both sides of the ball. As a safety, Brown has a knack for the ball and has the ability to get over the top. As a receiver Brown can stretch the field and with his size he is a tough matchup for defenders. Building on these impressive skills Brown is running track, this spring competing in the 100, 200 and 400 meters. Brown reports he has run an unofficial 10.7 in practice. Breaking down his own game Brown
Regarding schools showing interest and potential camp dates, Brown says, “Right now it looks like I'll be going to the Colorado State, Fort Hays, Wyoming, and South Dakota.” Talking about which schools he feels may be first to offer Brown says, “Fort Hays said I'll definitely be one of their early offers and Wyoming is very, very interested I think they're looking to offer soon.”
Regarding a potential college position, Brown is torn because he enjoys playing receiver and safety equally. This is also something colleges are thinking about as they make a decision which position Brown can play at the next level. Whatever Brown and colleges decide regarding a position, Brown's speed and length are key to his recruitment.