- Offensive Guard
- Los Angeles, Calif. (Loyola)
- Ht: 6-6 | Wt: 290
Wednesday morning, offensive lineman Chris Brown helped round out a loaded offensive line recruiting class for USC football, signing his National Letter of Intent with the Trojans Wednesday night.
Brown joins Viane Talamaivao, Damien Mama and early enrollees Toa Lobendahn and Jordan Austin in the USC trenches as Steve Sarkisian tries to bolster the Trojans' depth up front.
Listed at 6'6", 290 pounds, Brown has the ability to add even more muscle to become an even bigger beast inside.
The Loyola HS (Los Angeles, Calif.) tree trunk is a unanimous four-star prospect. Brown ranks as the No. 13 offensive guard and No. 229 prospect overall by 247sports' composite rankings.
Some thought UCLA might be able to open Chris Brown's recruitment back up after the Bruins hired his Loyola coach (and former USC running backs coach) Kennedy Polamalu. Most recently, Loyola HS has also been a UCLA feeder with Anthony Barr, John Young and Rick Neuheisal all becoming Bruins after attending Loyola, but Brown has stayed steadfast in his commitment to be a USC Trojan.
You can check out Chris Brown's highlights from his senior season below or a longer highlight reel for Chris Brown on Hudl:
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