Kansas QB readying tape for schools

Mission (Kansas) Shawnee Mission North quarterback Mack Brown continues to work on putting together his senior tape for schools to watch.
“Things are going pretty good,” the 6-foot-4, 205-pound Brown said. “We’re 2-1 so far. This should be a big week passing for me, so we’re waiting for this week’s game film and we’ll send out film next week.”
One new school has re-entered the picture for Brown.
“Wyoming has started to jump back in,” he said. “They called me in May and acted like they weren’t going to take a QB, but they must have changed their mind and want to recruit one, I guess. Kansas Colorado and Tulsa are sending me stuff about every day. I've had several schools tell us they want to see video from this season.”
Brown has taken in one game in person and plans on making two more at least.
“I went to Colorado vs. Colorado State earlier this year,” he said. “I am going to make it over to KU and Tulsa later on this season. So far, I haven’t been able to make it.”
The Buffaloes continue to be at the top of Brown’s list and Gary Barnett’s staff is working on getting an official visit lined up for No. 8 rated player in Kansas.
“Colorado has talked about an official visit. Since I have been out there for a game already this year, I probably will wait until after the season for my official visit.”
Through three games, Brown has completed 51 of 78 passes for about 700 yards. He has also thrown 10 touchdown passes and three interceptions.