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Hank Brown

6′4″ / 200 lbs
Nashville, TN
Lipscomb Academy
Class of 2023
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Ryan Brauninger
6 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Wednesday evening QB recruiting notes
- As most you know, Texas A&M will be welcoming in 5 star QB Jaden Rashada this weekend on an official visit. The Pittsburg, California native has been lighting up the camp and 7-on-7 circuit this spring - dazzling recruiting analysts across the country with this arm talent and feel for the game. I was able to get contact a few sources across the country about Rashada's upcoming trip to College Station, and (I know it sounds obvious) this weekend will determine quite a bit about Texas A&M's standing in this recruitment going forward. This is going to be an opportunity for Rashada and his family to feel out the school, football program, and culture in Aggieland for the first time. In speaking to a national source yesterday, it also sounds like the impression Conner Weigman made on scouts and coaches across the country in last cycle has made its way around the recruiting conversations within the 2023 quarterback class. In other words, A&M is having to recruit against having Weigman on the depth chart. Rashada is super talented kid that's being recruited by a number of top programs across the country though so wherever he goes, there's likely going to be quality players at the quarteback position already.We'll get more from Jaden on the other side of the weekend. - I know there's been a lot of buzz about a mid June visit by Detroit (MI) QB standout Dante Moore, but I was told yesterday that the official visit date of June 17th isn't set in stone. I still think the Aggies will be able to get him on campus, regardless, but I was essentially told that the visit was "tentatively set" at this point in time. - The Aggies continue to communicate with Dripping Springs QB Austin Novosad and, according to several folks, have been very open and up front about their situation. I do not currently anticipate Novosad coming to camp in these next few weeks unless he just decides he wants to drive over for the day and work out. If A&M reaches out and makes an offer, I think we could see Austin take another trip to town. - Speaking of camp, I do believe we'll see a handful of 2023 quarterbacks come in town to try and show out in front the Aggie coaching staff. One name that's been floated to me is Nashville (TN) signal caller Hank Brown. The 6-4, 200 pounder didn't start last season at Lipscomb Academy, but that's because the starter for Trent Dilfer's club was Luther Richesson, an Elite 11 kid who signed with Cincinnati. Brown currently holds P5 offers from Illinois, Minnesota, Vanderbilt, and Pitt, but folks I talked to in the region believe he's set to add many more as he hits the road this summer for camps. - Lastly, as I said on radio today, be careful to believe that the quarterback recruiting in this class right now is anything but fluid. Just because we've been mentioning the same few names recently, doesn't mean one of those will be the guy in this class. The coaching and recruiting staff continue to examine all options and are doing their homework to determine the best fit for this group.

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