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Austin Brown from South Dakota. I assume he would be a walk on.
#12 Austin Brown
Position: Wide Receiver Height: 6'5" Weight: 202 Year: Redshirt Freshman Hometown: Buffalo, WY High School: Harding County High School 2011: Redshirted
Harding County H.S.: Broke the 9A state record for passing touchdowns with 71...passed for 5,354 yards, completing 59.6% of passes attempted...was 36-8 during his four seasons as a starter under coach Jay Wammen...Senior: passed for 1,869 yards and 32 touchdowns, leading Harding County to the state title game with an 11-1 record...added seven rushing touchdowns...first team all-state selection....Argus Leader Elite 45 member...South Dakota All-Star Selection....named first team all-conference...team captain...Junior: threw for 1,196 yards and 17 scores...all-conference first team and conference championships...Sophomore: totaled 1,378 yards and 13 touchdowns...starting quarterback and all-conference first team...Freshman: in his first year on varsity threw for 911 yards and nine touchdowns...starting quarterback and conference champions...three year starter and defensive player of the year in basketball...averaged 11 points, 10 rebounds and 4.6 blocks per game...
Personal: Born Nov. 6, 1992 in Spearfish, S.D....Sport Management major...career goal to coach
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by James Hale on 6/9/2012 at 11:06 AM
"one of the biggest college signings in Western South Dakota history..."
I did not expect to see those words in a sentence on here today.
So you're pretty sure he's not coming here to play quarterback?
Anyone seen anything on his speed?
The whole thing seems bizarre to me, but our staff scours the country to find the right pieces to fit OUr puzzle.
This has Coach "Hype" written all over it. He probably still has connections with the folks in the Northern Plains.
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