Lyndhurst Brush has a couple of Division-1 prospects on their roster this year, including two-way…
Intro: Curt Brown
Brown's team made it to the second round of the playoffs, but believes they may have gone further if not for the loss of two outside linebackers. Brown finished the 2010 season with 14 receptions for 226 yards with 16.14 yards per catch. He had 70 total tackles on defense with 48 solo and two interceptions and three forced fumbles.
Brown anticipates a good 2011 season despite losing 14 seniors which included nine starters.
"We have a strong group coming in," Curt Brown said. "I just want QB to get me the ball so I can showcase my talent."
Brown does not play any other sports because he has completely devoted himself to football. He has set some high personal goals for this upcoming season.
"I want at least 100 yards a game receiving," he said, "and on defense I want to record 10 to 12 tackles every game at outside linebacker."
Brown has not visited any junior day programs and does not have any coming up anytime soon. He does, however, plan to attend the Auburn spring game.
Brown has not received any scholarship offers yet, but has received mail from Youngstown State in Ohio.
"The downside is it is a long drive and pretty far from home," he commented.
Brown's favorite school is West Alabama.
"I like them a lot," he explained. "It's a small campus, but I hope they will recruit me."
Brown has many former teammates who play college ball. Cory Parch at West Alabama, C.J. Stevens at Georgia State, Trey Strain at Birmingham Southern, and Justin Heard at Central Arkansas.
Spring practice at Woodland starts April 25th.