May 15, 2007
2009 tackle is one to watch
Lexington High School, despite being in the second smallest classification in Texas, usually puts at least one player in Division I football a year. Recent examples include current Texas A&M cornerback Jordan Peterson as well as a top 2008 linebacker prospect in Andrew Wolridge.
However, the class of 2009 might hold the school's biggest prospect ever, both literally and figuratively. Offensive tackle Michael Brown already stands at 6-foot-6, 290 pounds as a sophomore. It's that size that it already getting him noticed by colleges.
Oklahoma State, Baylor and Duke have shown interest.
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