Nappanee (Ind.) linebacker Coy Brown came to the Chicagoland Showcase in Evanston with hopes of impressing Northwestern coaches and receiving a scholarship offer. After a strong performance, he met with two NU coaches and got a very detailed explanation on if he could receive an offer.
After visiting a number of schools, mainly in the Big Ten, Northwood HS (IN) product Coy Brown has picked his top two.
The tiny Indiana town of Wakarusa traces its name to an Indian word meaning "knee deep in mud." Fortunately, there is nothing about one native son's running style that resembles the town's colorful origin.
Running back Coy Brown made the short two-hour car ride from Nappanee, Indiana to Evanston earlier today to attend Northwestern's first spring scrimmage.
Nappanee (IN) running back Coy Brown says Northwestern is one of his five favorite schools. He plans on visiting Evanston on Saturday for his first visit.
As his recruitment heats up, Nappanee (IN) running back Coy Brown is setting up some visits, including a trip to Northwestern.
Napanee Northwood (Ind.) running back Coy Brown was one of the visitors for Wisconsin's junior day this weekend. Here's what he had to say about the trip to Madison as well as who he thinks may extend the first offer.
February 27, 2011
Coy Brown is coming off an impressive junior season at Northwood High School in Nappanee, Indiana. The 6-0, 217, running back/linebacker is not only hearing from Big Ten schools in his area, but from SEC teams like Alabama, Kentucky, and Tennessee eager to learn more about his talents.
February 9, 2011