Super 30: Chimin' in from the outside...
By Robert Przybylo
It’s been a weird week for me when it comes to the Super 30. Through no master plan or anything (or so I say), I managed to go six straight days without profiling one of the Super 30 kids.
But I have a seen a bunch of these kids do their thing and wanted to add my thoughts on some of them.
No. 22 Brayle Brown, Shawnee: Scott Wright and myself are both products of the Shawnee newspaper, so the ‘Brown’ name is like royalty there.
With good reason as the family has meant a lot to the success of the Wolves program, and Brayle is the latest to add to that legacy.
I was amazed watching Brown as a sophomore to see how big he is compared to how small (but dynamic) Tucker was. But Brayle has all the tools to be a top quarterback.
He’s also had a couple of real good receivers to throw it to in Brett Davis two years ago and Saulyer Saxon last year.
The Wolves are losing a lot from last year’s solid team. You add that with the move up to 6A, and we’re going to see how good of a leader Brayle is this year. I wouldn’t bet against him.
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