ORLANDO, Fla.- Kansas State commit Lamark Brown has been extremely impressive during workouts leading up to Saturday's East Meets West All-American game. The 6-foot-3, 225-pounder is slated to start at free safety for the West squad in the game that kicks off at 3 p.m. at Disney's Wide World of Sports complex at the Walt Disney World Resort.
"It's been going good out here," Brown said. "It's good to get back to playing because the season ended a while ago."
The St. Lous (Mo.) Hazelwood West standout also talked about his commitment to the Wildcats.
"I just love the coaching staff," Brown said. "They take a great approach with the players. They are serious, but also like to have fun, too.
"They like to get things done. They also are all real, they aren't there to put on a show for you."
Brown added that Kansas State head coach Ron Prince has informed him of the position that he likely will be playing in Manhattan.
"Coach Prince told me I would be playing wide receiver," he said.
Certainly with his frame and speed, he will provide matchup problems for any opposing secondary.
Brown expects to arrive at Kansas State in June after he graduates from high school. He said that no other colleges have been pursuing him and that he is 100 percent firm to the Wildcats.
Brown is a low (5.8) four-star rated prospect and is the No. 17 overall athlete in the country according to Rivals.com.