The word that best describes four-star recruit Yulkeith Brown is "athletic."
The Miami Central High School product has spent time as a running back, wide receiver, cornerback, and even return specialist. That versatility is going to do him wonders at the college football level.
After extensive searching and various offers, Brown decided to continue his playing career with the Texas A&M Aggies.
Jimbo Fisher's 2021 signing class is a star-studded group, and Brown is expected to fill various roles on the roster.
Yulkeith Brown Commits to Texas A&M
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Yulkeith Brown was courted by other top programs, including Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Kentucky, LSU, Miami, Nebraska, Penn State, and South Florida.
The Hurricanes were thought to be the runners-up for the star athlete, but couldn't land him during the pandemic.
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Brown and running back Amari Daniels are two of the biggest offensive weapons in the Aggies' recruiting class this year, and the signees will be working in tandem come this fall.
ATH Yulkeith Brown Highlights
Yulkeith Brown is all over the field in this video. Whether he lined up as a running back, wide receiver, defensive back, or even a linebacker, he was instrumental to Miami Central's playoff appearances and years of success.
Brown was named to the All-American roster in 2019, thanks to his 1,430 rushing yards on offense and positive play on defense.
The 247Sports Composite believes in Brown's chances at the next level, and if he works hard enough, he could see the NFL in his future as well.
Brown is a special blend of quickness and strength that allows his coaches to plug him in anywhere.
If you like gadget players, he is going to be someone to follow in the coming years.
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