Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Brady Brown listed on depth chart at wide receiver

Here's a prediction: Brady Brown will be one of our best receivers by the end of the season.

No, Brown hasn't caught a pass yet, and he's only played in three games.

But the true freshman has moved onto the depth chart, behind Alex Washington and ahead of Justin Green. Green has gone AWOL since tipping a 46-yard touchdown to himself against Western Carolina — his only catch.

And another receiver who looks good in the airport, redshirt freshman Akeem Dunham, has only played in two games and has dropped off the depth chart. Everybody's been saying Dunham has a lot of potential. Maybe Bear Bryant was right: Potential means you don't have any.

Anyway, back to young Master Brown. Expect Larry to keep slinging it against Army in an attempt to find his rhythm, and expect Brady Brown to catch — yes, actually grab a ball with his hands and hold onto it for an official reception — a pass and then catch another one against the Black Knights.


Anonymous said...

Go Goro


You want Goro to play quarterback right now or wide receiver?