Boeing Brown of Brookfield, Connecticut is one of the most intriguing quarterbacks that I have seen play this year. Brown is a Super Combine Freak and as a quarterback that is a very rare feat.
Boeing Brown is the most intriguing quarterback of the Year!
By Max Emfinger
By Max Emfinger
Quarterback Boeing Brown (6-4, 220, 4.6) of Brookfield, Connecticut is one of the most intriguing quarterbacks that I have seen play this year. Brown is a Super Combine Freak and as a quarterback that is a very rare feat. His Super Combine bests are a 4.6 in the forty, a 4.4 in the pro-shuttle, a great 36-inch vertical jump, and a 115 in the Standing Broad Jump. Brown also did 18 reps of 185 on the bench press. These Combine feats are exceptional for a quarterback.
On his highlight film, after his junior season, Brown is one of the most outstanding quarterbacks that I saw in the spring of that year or in any year. On his second play from scrimmage on his highlight film, Brown rolled to his right, but did not find a receiver and so he ran 56-yards untouched down the sideline into the endzone for a touchdown.
On the next play, Brown threw a perfect pass down the middle of the field for about a 65-yard touchdown. So this gets my immediate attention. He did these kind of highlight plays for his entire highlight film.
As a sophomore and junior, Brown was pretty impressive as he passed and ran for 2,850-yards and 30 touchdowns. Brown also punted for his team and had a 38.5 yard punting average.
Brown went to Gainesville in June to the University of Florida Football Camp and Quarterback Coach Brent Pease was impressed with him, but the Gators did not offer, because they already had a verbal committments from Max Staver of Brentwood Academy, Tennessee.
“I talked to Coach Pease a couple of times on the phone and I was really looking forward to working with him. I also learned a lot of stuff while working with him at the Camp,” said Brown.
Brown was very impressive all of the Spring and Summer Camps and he had around twenty schools that were interested in him, but most of those schools had already filled their quarterback slot in recruiting or they wanted to wait to see how Brown did in the Fall.
So here is a 6-4 quarterback with great speed and great athletic ability and as of the middle of the summer before his senior season, Brown did not have a single scholarship offer and after his senior season, he still does not have a single offer.
I have been in this Scouting of Football Talent for over 40 years and all of this did not make any sense to me. Boeing Brown is 6-4 and 220 and can run. He might look like a tight end or even a linebacker, but to a college coach, this would be even better for them as a recruit, because if he did not make it as a quarterback, he might be able to make it at another position. So for Brown not to have an offer just did not make sense, until you find out the real reason, why he does not have a scholarship offer.
Brown is a great Christian, Conservative young man and there is a “Hate-Group” in his Cummunity that has tried everything possible to do everything they can to “Black-Ball” him with the college coaches and up to now, they have done a good job. Brown has actually been in the office of a head coach, getting ready to receive an offer after an outstanding Football camp when the “Hate-Group” called to “Black-Ball” him.
In all of my years, I have never seen a “Hate-Group” like this to a High School Football Player trying to get a scholarship to play college football. Even after our story on Boeing Brown was published on Thursday night, I had two people of that “Hate-Group” send negative and hateful comments to me about Brown.
At 6-4 and 220-pounds, Brown looks like a linebacker and so his high school coach moved him to wide receiver and safety as a senior. The coach had another player that he wanted to play quarterback and to throw the football to Brown and so being a “team-player” he moved to wide receiver as a senior to help his high school team.
I still believe that Brown is an extremely talented young quarterback, who played out of position as a senior and I am so impressed with him as a great person with great character, and I invited him to play in our Ninth Annual All-American Bowl Game Classic, and he has accepted. Right now! Brown will play quarterback in our game.
Brown is currently playing basketball and he has just received a Congressional Nomination to the US Air Force Academy; thus demonstrating the type of great character that he poccesses.
Brown also just won a great $500.00 Scholarship Award for Football and Character from the Colonial Football Officials Association in Connecticut for his great service and character. The Colonial Game Officials selected him from players on about ten teams and over 100 players on those teams. Brown also was honored to give a speech at the Awards Banquet.