’25 ATH future ‘Power 5’ guy we believe
Geordon “Geo” Brown (’25, 5’9,” 165-pound ATH) is the “other guy” in the offensive alignment not named Montavin Quisenberry. Brown is an incredible talent in his own right, clipping off 100-meters in 10.8-seconds flat. This would be a good time to tell you track times are all fully automated, laser-times. That time converts to the 40-yards dash as being a 4.5 seconds flat, laser-timed. That is freaking flying. Brown is a down-field, home-run hitter in the vertical passing game. You will continue to see big things from him as Boyle matriculates through these playoffs on its march to Lexington.HB Lyon, Scouting Director, KPGFootball
I got a call from a coach who was a finalist at a Division One, college football program. He told me, “Fletcher, if I get this job I want to hire you as my recruiting coordinator.”
I was honored. I was excited. I began immediately training and identifying targets so I could hit the ground running.
The guy who called me wasn’t hired. Oh well.
I did learn somethings while training to be a college recruiting coordinator. One thing I learned is there are far fewer 4.5-second, 40-yard dash times in Kentucky than some would have you believe.
One of the things told us was don’t ask a HS coach for his player’s 40-time. Ask Coach for the kid’s 100-meter, track time. If he isn’t running track, and isn’t his school’s top sprinter, then his being a 4.5-second, 40-yard dash time is unlikely.
Track times are fully automated. There are no “official” HS track times hand timed by either a dad or someone keenly interested in the athlete’s success. Track times are also directly convertible to 40-times.
Track times are fully automated (laser timed); Brown runs a 10.8-second, 100m Friday Night Fletch
Look at the above conversion calculator. Geordon “Geo” Brown has a registered, fully automated, 10.8-second, 100-meter time. That means Brown clips off the 40-yard dash in 4.5 seconds or less.
That isn’t his hand-held daddy or uncle time. That is his real time. That means he can fly.
Now we talked to an area position coach who wanted to remain anonymous for the purposes of this article. This guy works for a rival program and is in charge of perpetuating the scout for his staff.
That means he watches copious amounts of film. He has watched Boyle County’s entire season. He was effusive in his praise of Brown.
“Really, if you watch Boyle’s film, the Rebels don’t have a down field threat faster than the Brown kid, not even Quisenberry,” the coach told KPGFootball. “Brown can flat fly.”
Yessir he can. Brown can also play.
...if you watch Boyle's film, the Rebels don't have a down field threat faster than the Brown kid, not even Quisenberry... Anonymous Source
Looking over Brown’s body of work this season, Bown is second on the team in TDs receiving. Brown went into the round one game with Whitley County averaging over 30-yards a reception. On the team’s third offensive series against Whitley, QB Sage Dawson threw a 52-yard TD pass to Brown which pushed the Rebels lead to 21-0 with 2:41 left in the first quarter.
The Rebels completed its 14th undefeated regular season in ’23. It has 13 undefeated regular seasons since 1997. This year was the fourth such mark in the past six seasons.
Whitley County, Thursday night, had no answer for Dawson to Quisenberry as Boyle went on a 41-unanswered point run. It isn’t like they contained Brown either.
Not a lot of teams have a Montavin Quisenberry, in Kentucky, at any level of play. Not a ton of Geo Browns either. As we go along this playoff season on into next year, that will become even more apparent.
This is Friday Night Fletch, reporting for KPGFootball, reminding you to PLAY THROUGH THE WHISTLE!
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