One of the top overall prospects in North Carolina has offers from all his favorites and has put up some impressive numbers in his first three games. He's also thinking about which schools he'd like to officially visit.
Defensive end/tight end Everette Brown, a 6-foot-4, 240-pound prospect from Wilson (N.C.) Beddingfield, runs the 40-yard dash in 4.5 seconds. With such great size and speed, it's no surprise he's one of North Carolina's most versatile prospects.
"Our team is 2-1 right now, and I think we're going to make a run," said Brown. "I don't know my receiving stats for the year, but I know last game I had three catches, 93 yards and three touchdowns. The game before that I had three catches for 50 yards. On defense I have five sacks and 23 tackles so far. I'm playing some wide receiver, tight end and defensive end."
What schools is he looking at?
"I like Tennessee, North Carolina, NC State, Duke, Florida State and Virginia Tech," he said. "I've gotten calls from all those, plus schools like Penn State and Clemson. I haven't set up any official visits or anything like that. I've already been to the in-state schools, so I don't know if I'll officially visit them. But I'm talking to Virginia Tech and Florida State about setting some dates up."
Brown, a four-star prospect, is ranked the No. 5 weakside defensive end in the country.