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Stars:  PrepStarSoCal (5), 247Sports (4), 247Sports Composite (4), ESPN (4), Rivals (4), Scout (4)
National Overall Player Ratings:  247Sports Composite (154), ESPN (181)
National Wide Receiver Ratings:  Rivals (18), ESPN (24), 247Sports Composite (23), Scout (27), 247Sports (51)
Regional Overall Player Ratings:  ESPN (22)
California Overall Player Ratings:  Rivals (10), 247Sports (15), ESPN (15), 247Sports Composite (39)
Southern California Overall Player Ratings:  PrepStarSoCal (5)
Southern California Wide Receiver Player Ratings:  PrepStarSoCal (2)
Ratings/Scout Grades:  247Sports Composite (0.9306), 247Sports (90), ESPN (83), Rivals (5.9)


Summit HS (2011-13)

► Earned All-American honors as a 2013 senior, playing in the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl following the season and leading the West to a 31-24 victory by catching three balls for 58 yards to be called a Semper Fi top performer by Rivals, who also said he had “the most impressive practice week of any receiver” and named him a top performer in Friday’s practice prior to the contest
► Compiled career totals of 1,168 receiving yards and nine touchdown receptions as well as 12 TD’s overall as a senior, while totaling 1,881 all-purpose yards by adding 370 punt return yards, 179 kick return yards, 91 rushing yards, 73 interception return yards, and added 34 tackles, 2.0 tackles for loss, five interceptions and five pass breakups on defense
► Finished his 2013 season with 1,098 all-purpose yards, recording team highs of 40 receptions, 631 yards receiving and four touchdown catches to earn first-team All-Sunkist League honors, while adding 173 punt return yards, 151 kick returns yards, 72 yards rushing and one score and 71 interception return yards with his squad advancing to the first round of the Southern Section Central Division playoffs, and added 33 tackles and 1.0 tackle for loss, while he had a team-high four interceptions that he returned for 71 yards and five passes breakups
► Named the MaxPreps Player of the Game once and the MaxPreps Offensive Player of the Game three times as a senior
► Listed as the top receiver on the Rivals Southern California Watch list prior to his senior season, while he was the No. 4 preseason receiver in the West according to Scout
► Contributed 21 receptions for 305 yards and three receiving touchdowns as a 2012 junior when his team was 9-2 overall and 5-0 in league action to win a Sunkist League title and advance to the first round of the Southern Section Central Division playoffs
► Added 13 receptions for 232 yards and two touchdown receptions as a 2011 sophomore when his team was 13-1 overall, 5-0 in the Sunkist League to win the title and Southern Section Central Division champs that won their final 13 games and ended the season ranked No. 37 in the state overall
► Also on track and field team with bests of 10.49 (hand timed) and 10.8 in the 100 meters, and 21.45 in the 200 meters
► Wore No. 10


► Ranked the No. 2 receiver nationally at all camps combined during the summer of 2013
► Honors at 2013 camps and 7 on 7 events included being the No. 1 offensive performer at the NFL’s 7 on 7 Gamebreakers Challenge, considered for MVP honors at the Rivals Camp Series in Los Angeles, as well as being listed as a “Riser” at The Opening, a top prospect/performer at the Chicago RCS Five-Star Challenge presented by Under Armour, a top performer by 247Sports at RCS Washington, the No. 2 performer at B2G Elite, the No. 4 wide receiver at Oakland NFTC and NLA West Regional, the No. 9 player overall at the NLA event in Las Vegas, No. 12 at IMG West 7 on 7, and a “Spring Time Star” by Scout
► Attended the 2011 Holiday Bowl between Cal and Texas as a fan
► Named the No. 7 receiver in the West on Scout’s final list for the 2014 recruiting class after being No. 9 in March of 2013
► Has a 4.48 in the 40-yard dash according to 247Sports, 4.5 by Rivals and 4.62 by ESPN


“Brown reminds us of a Ryan Broyles-type, only bigger. His is scheme versatile, has return upside and he consistently catches the football on the fly. He has upside as a route runner … He can create mismatches in the slot and outside. His rapid acceleration and fluid change-of-direction make him difficult to handle one-on-one … He is a home run threat in the open field.”

“This guy is big, physical and fast. Brown looks the part and plays it too.” 

“Brown has emerged as arguably the top receiver in California … In the 2014 class, there might not be a better wide receiver in the West.”

“Brown is one of the most polished receivers in the West. He’s a smooth route runner with good hands, deceptive speed and the athleticism to jump over smaller backs and make the difficult catch in traffic. He runs well after the catch and can make plays down the field but probably projects best as a solid possession type receiver who can occasionally stretch the field.”

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