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Browning gives nod to Ohio State

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Kennedale Wildcat, Baron Browning, has committed to Ohio State University. The Buckeyes are in the midst of qualifying for the college national championships and are currently #2 in the latest ranking behind Alabama. {{more:Read more…}}
Browning, a 6-foot-3 and 230-pound linebacker, has been the subject of recruiting wars that has involved major football powers from around the nation. He had over 40 college offers and had narrowed his list down to Ohio State, Alabama, UCLA, Michigan, Florida State and TCU.
Browning said in a tweet announcing his commitment, “…when it came down to it, I truly felt like this was the place for me to grow as a person, athlete & student.”
Browning also said in his message, “Football has taken me places I never imagined before & I’m forever grateful for the lord blessing me with this opportunity, not to mention all the great people I’ve met & the relationships I’ve built that I know will last a lifetime.” Read


The all-state player for the Wildcats has been selected this year to play in the Army All-America Bowl and is a finalist for the Butkus Award and is on the watchlist for the Maxwell Football Club National High School Player of the Year. In addition, just this week, it was announced that he was one of 10 finalists for the 2016 Mr. Texas Football.

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