Vegas safety racks up first offer

The desert hamlet of Las Vegas was well represented at the Rivals.com junior day held in Anaheim last weekend by the appearance of safety prospect Corbin Brown (6-0, 162, 4.57) from Las Vegas (Nev.) Spring Valley.
"I just received my first offer from Wisconsin," Brown said. "I text messaged back and forth to coach Kerry Cooks, before calling him and the Badgers want me to suit up for them.
"Wisconsin is in the Big 10, and had one of the best defenses in college football last year," Brown said. "I'm really excited about it. I went to Colorado last week, and am heading for ASU this weekend for their junior day. Then I head to Cal for their junior day."

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It appears that things are just about to start to pop for Brown on the recruiting trail.
Besides Wisconsin, Colorado, Arizona State and Cal, Brown already attended a junior day at UCLA.
Oregon, Washington, Illinois, Florida, Texas A&M, Nevada and UNLV have also expressed interest in the talented safety from Las Vegas.
Brown was outstanding as a junior. His performance saw him earn first-team all-state, first-team all-area, first-team all-conference and was Conference Defensive Player of the Year from his safety position. He accounted for 104 tackles and six interceptions.
Brown even strutted his on the offensive side of the ball, and was very productive. He had five touchdown receptions in 2006.
The scouting report on Brown is he has outstanding leadership qualities and he's like a coach on the field. He's a dependable performer who makes sure his teammates are in their proper alignment.
Pound-for-pound, Brown can hit with the best of them. He packs a pop of a much bigger player. He's and excellent reader of offense and one of his best qualities is his tackling ability. He is a sure tackler and takes pride in his tackling.
In the weight room Brown currently benches 230, squats 320, cleans 225 and has recorded a 35-inch vertical.