Brown could have big senior season

Tony Brown transferred from Anaheim (Calif.) Servite to La Mirada for his senior season and it's safe to say the three-star is going to be used all over the field.
"He's an exciting player," La Mirada coach Mike Moschetti said.
"He's going to play all over the field. He's going to play corner, safety, he can be an outside receiver, inside receiver. He's big and athletic enough. He can play running back, he can play linebacker. He can really play anywhere on the field.
"He transferred from Servite and he's become one of our leaders. He takes to coaching and I've known the kid since he was in seventh grade. The kid was always around La Mirada since an early age. He just so happened to go to Servite and now he's at La Mirada. It's been great."
The 6-foot, 187-pound three-star prospect has landed some serious offers in recent months with Colorado, Iowa State, Nebraska, Purdue, San Jose State, SMU, Utah, Utah State and Washington State already on board.
There hasn't been too much discussion about favorites yet but Moschetti said Brown definitely wants to take some official visits before figuring out which schools lead in his recruitment.
According to Moschetti, Brown is not rushing a decision at all. A big senior season could further help his recruitment for sure.
"We haven't talked much about recruiting," Moschetti said. "I talked to his dad a couple weeks ago right after Nebraska offered him.
"They're in no rush to make a decision. They want to go see some schools and get to know coaches. They've mentioned Colorado, Nebraska, Washington State and Utah. Those are pretty much his top schools right now."