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Houston Sterling running back talks about Hogs’ offer

Houston, Texas, Sterling High School three-star 2020 running back Frank Brown recapped a recent offer from Arkansas.

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Houston, Texas, Sterling High School three-star 2020 running back Frank Brown recapped a recent offer from Arkansas.
“Me getting an offer from Arkansas was great, because as a kid I kinda liked Arkansas and their program,” Brown said.
Brown was asked what makes Arkansas different from other schools recruiting him?
“Arkansas fans and coaches show me a lot of love,” Brown said.
Brown has a good relationship with the Arkansas coaching staff.
“My relationship with the coaching staff is close,” Brown said. “Me and the coaches stay in touch with each other.”
Brown talked about his skill sets as a football player.
“My strengths as a football player is speed, my vision, and making people miss,” Brown said.
Brown is not sure at this time who his top teams are.
“I haven’t really thought about my top teams at the moment,” Brown said.
Brown will make a visit to Arkansas.
“I hopefully will visit Arkansas in the spring or summer time,” Brown said.
Brown spoke on what he likes most about Arkansas.
“What I like most of Arkansas is the way their coaches run the program,” Brown said. “I also like the way the players don’t give up.”
Brown will commit to his school of choice during his senior season.
“I plan on committing around my senior year in high school.” Brown said.
Brown believes Arkansas is heading in the right direction under coach Chad Morris.
“Of course I think Arkansas is in the right direction,” Brown said. “Their program just keeps building day after day. Coach Morris is doing a great job.”
Brown spoke highly of Morris.
“What I like about coach Morris that he is a great coach,” Brown said.  “I love the way he runs the Arkansas football program.”
Brown holds offers from Arkansas, Arizona, Colorado, Texas Southern, and Northern Colorado.
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