Johnnie Brown

Defensive Tackle
6′1″ / 250 lbs
Tampa, FL
Class of 2020
Rating: 92

National Avg
Rating: 91.6

School Preferences

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Texas A&M
Mississippi State
South Florida
Southern Miss
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2 yr ago by Jason Howell
More offers go out - added some notes and quotes
DT Camron Jackson, Haynesville"I'm excited I'm looking forward to seeing what they have to offer at College Station. I know Jimbo Fisher is a winner so I know they will win ball games even the ones. I think it's about to be grow into something quite interesting at A&M."S Chris Thompson, DuncanvilleThompson says he is intrigued by the offer. Coach Linguist did the honors of extending the offer. When he thinks of A&M, a few people jump to the front of his mind"When I think of Texas A&M, I think of Justin Evans, who's currently in the NFL, Leon O'Neal Jr, who just recently signed, and of course the head coach, Jimbo Fisher."He has already taken visits to Texas and Baylor, and he does not have any plans currently scheduled. He is currently taking his time and soaking in all of his options.As for the recruiting process, there are a few things he likes more than anything else."The best part of the recruiting process has been touring the athletic facilities, learning about the academic programs, and of course the photoshoots," Thompson said. Also, being comforted, sort of, because I'm being provided a free education from a college of my choice."ATH Ja'Quinden Jackson, DuncanvilleOn Texas A&M: "It's a great program and I would look forward to visiting."He was offered by coach Linguist today. He has already taken a visit to Baylor and he has a visit coming up to Texas. He does not claim any leaders right now.OL Omari Thomas, Eads (TN) Briarcrest ChristianOn his reaction to being offered: "I was very excited about the offer and I was a bit shocked. They had been asking me to come down, and I was going to try to get down there with some more of my teammates. But I'm humble and thankful."On what he thinks of when he thinks about A&M: "I think of Johnny Manziel. He had swagger and I feel Texas A&M program has swagger and I would say I play with a lot of swagger myself."Coach Dickey extended the offer today, and the two are already familiar with each other from Dickey's days at Memphis."Yes I did have a relationship with him when he was at Memphis he recruited our school hard," Thomas said. "He is a great person and very down to earth and keeps everything truthful."He does not claim any leaders right now and he does not have any specific visit plans right now. *******************Duncanville 2020 QB/ATH Ja'Quinden Jackson received an offer today was the first Texas prospect in the 2020 class to receive an offer when Texas Tech did the honors a couple of years ago.Eads (TN) Briarcrest Christian 2020 OL Omari Thomas

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