Talking With Top Illinois Athlete 6'5 Rich Central's Vince Brown Class Of 2020
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Vince Brown Rich Central Class of 2020 QB/ATH 6'5 180
Vince Brown how is your season going?
We’re 0-2, off to a rough start but 2 games doesn’t define who you are as a squad, so we’re watching film and learning from our mistakes, and just executing to become a better team and better individuals.
What schools have you been talking to?
Some of the schools that have been recruiting me are NIU, Wyoming, Illinois State, Cincinnati, UNI,Western Michigan and Western Illinois.
What should college coaches know about you?
I’m a great kid, hard worker on and off the field, good grades and will ball out at any position you put me at.
What motivates a Vince Brown?
My family motivates me the most, especially my mom and dad, they’ve provided for me my whole life no matter what, been there for me through my ups and downs and honestly couldn’t ask for better parents. And I’m going to repay them by getting a full ride scholarship to a college.
What does football mean to you?
Football means the world to me. I’ve been playing it since I was 5 years old, I genuinely love the game and the physicality that comes with it. Without football I don’t know where I’d be at today. Football has made me into the man I am today.
What do you like about playing QB?
The leadership that comes with the roll. I’m a great leader and know the game of football really well, and I use that knowledge to help out my teammates and especially the younger guys.
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