Sunday, August 21, 2016

Boise State Gets Commitment from Jermani Brown

Proud to announce my commitment to Boise State. Let's be legendary  
Jermani Brown, a 5-11, 195-pound four-star cornerback from Midlothian High School in Virginia, has committed to play football at Boise State, Blue Football Through and Through has learned.

Brown chose Boise State over offers from Wisconsin, Arizona State, Michigan State, Utah, Virginia, North Carolina, Syracuse and Idaho.  Two weeks ago, Brown narrowed his choices to Boise State, Utah and North Carolina, and today pulled the lever for the Broncos.

Brown originally committed to Arizona State last year, but changed his mind and opened up his recruiting again six months later.

Jermani originally played for Calabasas in California, recording 37 tackles with two for loss, eight passes defended and one interception as a junior.

When Brown played for Calabasas, the team was loaded with major college talent.  They won their first CIF Southern Section Western Division championship in 2015 by beating defending champion Palos Verdes 42-3.

Calabasas continued to advance until they were stopped by Citrus Hill in the California Regionals to end their season at 13-2.