Oregon '12 DE - Pharaoh Brown (Oregon Verbal)

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  1. Arapahoe

    Arapahoe 2019 Big Ten Champs! Staff Member

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    Fixed. :cool:
     
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  2. Arapahoe

    Arapahoe 2019 Big Ten Champs! Staff Member

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    Seriously though... are we going to start recruiting him and is there any mutual interest?
     
  3. OSUBasketballJunkie

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    No..........OSU passed...........
     
  4. ScarletMerica

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    I think we are PLENTY stacked this year on the line.
     
  5. PHATBUCK13

    PHATBUCK13 My favorite athlete of all time is Myself

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    I would love to see OSU go after him as a TE.


    But........Not happening.
     
  6. AZBuckeye

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    The photo we have of this kid is hilarious...
     
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    PHATBUCK13 My favorite athlete of all time is Myself

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  9. BuckeyeChad

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    Good luck to him, he's a huge recruit for oregons standards.
     
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    2012 – PHARAOH BROWN, TE
    With Ohio State’s history of tight end usage, perhaps listing a player at the position as the biggest in-state miss seems a bit odd, but Meyer’s first recruiting class – which he only had three months or so to put his stamp on after being hired in November of 2011 – was filled with studs from Ohio at linebacker (Joshua Perry), offensive line (Pat Elfelin, Taylor Decker) and defensive line (Adolphus Washington).

    Those hits helped take the sting out of not landing guys like future All-Big Ten performers Ifeadi Odenigbo (OLB/DE, Northwestern), Chris Wormley (DE, Michigan) and Joe Bolden (LB, Michigan), who was named to the All-Big Ten freshman teams by ESPN and BTN.

    Brown, though, could have helped nullify the loss of Jeff Heuerman to the NFL, as Brown came out of Cleveland’s Brush High School as the state’s No. 11-ranked recruit and was ranked No. 11 as a weakside defensive end. Brown starred on offense, though, earning West Team MVP honors at the Offense-Defense All-American Bowl as a senior, and he eventually became a two-time first-team All-Pac 12 selection at Oregon. He finished his career with 1,011 yards receiving and 13 touchdowns on 70 receptions.

    Blake Thomas, however, was the Buckeyes’ tight end recruit in the 2012 class, coming in ranked No. 20 at the position from St. Ignatius in Cleveland. He was the 32nd-ranked in-state prospect as a senior, but his career was cut short when multiple injuries wound up revealing that he had a chronic condition that put him at medical risk if he kept playing football.
     

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