This Charles Brown (6-6, 240, 4.9) from Pomona (Calif.) Diamond Ranch isn’t a clown, and Lucy would be mistaken to pull the football away from this outstanding two-way standout. This versatile athlete has the potential to play tight end, offensive tackle and defensive end.
Brown played both ways as an offensive tackle and defensive end as a junior. He has lowered his weight and his forty time in preparation for his first season as a tight end in 2004.
Brown is a two-time all-league selection who has a bench press of 280 pounds and vertical of 33-inches.
Brown doesn’t have any offers just yet, but one could be in the very near future. UCLA, USC, Notre Dame and BYU have has handwritten letters to Brown.
Already an all-league caliber blocker, Brown is enhancing his recruitment by becoming a pass catching threat tight end.
Brown is being looked at by the four schools that have handwritten him at both the tight end and defensive end position.
Another thing to consider is he played offensive tackle and if he continues to grow, Brown could end up being a very athletic weak side tackle on the collegiate level.
On the defensive side of the ball, Brown is a dominating run stopper who also does a fine job putting heat on the quarterback. “I fought through double teams almost all season long,” Brown said.
What is Brown looking for in a college?
“I want to attend a school that has a strong sports medicine program,” Brown said. “While it’s not set in stone, I may want to stay in California.”
UCLA and USC are Brown’s early favorites.
One scout told Rivals.com about Brown, “It doesn’t matter what side of the ball Browns plays, he’s a player. He can play.”