Brown dominating camp circut

Running back Anthony Brown (5-11, 180, 4.4) from Fontana (Calif.) Kaiser has had great offseason that has seen him rise eyebrows at every camp he has participated in this spring. He has earned overall Camp MVP at FBU and MVP awards at other camps as well. All of this is an indication that he's about to blow up this spring during the evaluation period.
As a junior, Brown earned first-team all-league after rushing for 1,010 yards and 11 touchdowns while having to share touches with a senior. Now Brown will be the featured back for Kaiser and his numbers may double, he has that type of talent.
On the recruiting front, schools such as Boise State, Utah, Duke, Michigan, Colorado, Nebraska, Tennessee, Cal, Oregon, Stanford, UCLA, USC and Washington are all showing interest in Brown.
Does Brown have a favorite college?
"USC is my favorite because of their up tempo offense," Brown said. "There's nothing like it."
"I'm not just into USC's football program," Brown said. "I like the school, too and its educational opportunities."
"I also like Stanford," Brown said. "They have good academics and a good football program. I also like Michigan, Utah, Colorado and Nebraska."
What is Brown looking for in a school?
"I want to major in kinesiology because I want to be a physical therapist," Brown said. "So the school I choose have to be strong in kinesiology."
The scouting report on Brown is he's a hard worker who is constantly working to be the best football player that he can be. He's very competitive and hasn't missed one camp this spring. Hot on the heels of an outstanding performance at NIKE held in Los Angeles where he was one of the best running backs out of a great field, he will be participating this Saturday at the Inland Empire combine.
Brown wants to show off his skills as a defensive back as well his already well known running back skills. The talented Brown is definitely one to keep your eyes on this spring as the evaluation period progresses.
Also an outstanding student, Brown carries an outstanding 3.3 GPA and has already taken his SAT. He is currently waiting for his results.