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Four-Star CB Damari Brown names top 4

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Four-star cornerback Damari Brown of Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) American Heritage is down to four schools– Alabama, Florida State, Miami, and Clemson.

The 6-foot-1, 188 pounder went in depth on his finalists.


“Coach T-Rob and coach Saban have been preaching that they can see me come in and develop as a guy in their program,” Brown said. “The winning culture is second to none, and it is all about business there and getting you prepared for the next level. Alabama is a place that I could be developed at and have a chance to come in and play.”

Florida State

“I have close connections with Florida State,” Brown said. “Coach Shannon and coach Woodson are pretty cool. The corner spot at Florida State is really slim, they’re losing a lot of corners, and that is a place I could come in and contribute right now. 


“Miami is the hometown team,” Brown said. “They have been keeping the foot on the pedal any way they can. Every day they hit me up, just anything to show consistent love. This is another place that I could come in and contribute early, as they are losing a lot of DBs as well. Miami feels like they can add me alongside Cormani McClain and can do damage and lock up the whole country.”


“I love the environment at Clemson,” Brown said. “Coach Reed, the DB coach, is a guy that has done it before by putting guys in the NFL. Clemson would be a good spot for me to go play and be a top corner.”

Damari Brown Scouting Summary

“Well-schooled cornerback with coverage instincts,” On3’s Director of Scouting Charles Power wrote. “Plays at one of South Florida’s top talent producing high school programs. Faces top competition on a weekly basis, often matching up with Power 5 receiver prospects. Has fared well in many of those matchups. Sees the game quickly and jumps routes. Shows the ability to stay in-phase on vertical routes. Plays with good technique. Willing tackler with some physicality. May still be growing but does not have physical traits of some other blue-chip cornerback prospects at this juncture. Measured 6-foot-.5, 179 pounds with a 5-foot-11 wing-span.”

Brown ranks as the No. 183 player in the On3 Consensus, a complete and equally weighted industry-generated average that accounts for all four major recruiting sites. He also tabs in as the No. 24 cornerback and the No. 42 player in the state of Florida.