Remember when everyone said Shaq was too big for basketball? Remember when everyone said Refrigerator Perry was too big? Well there is a new star on the horizon and his name is Terrell Brown. He is the biggest football player in college ball. Not only is he fast but he is also big, really big. The kid is just a hair under 7 feet and a good 375.
American Hero, Terrell Brown…and a 6’1″ college kid.
“Too big for football”, some old sports columnist said? That’s like saying Brad Pitt is too handsome to be an actor. Really? Like we don’t need a mean machine like Big Tee Brown, just little 6’4″ dudes in tights? This is 2012 people. They grow those boys big and proud down south, and we need to get behind hard working athletes like Tee.
Excuse me, but don’t we want them to be big AND fast? If I was a puny quarterback, I’d be prayin for a guy like Tee to protect my 185 pound ass!
Little guys need protection!
Let’s face it, “Biggest, Better, Faster, Stronger”
is a motto for every athlete thanks to Kanya West! And by hell that kid is all that and more. Unlike most linemen he is solid muscle and performs quickly and efficiently every time he plays and in my opinion he is underutilized! This raises the question why he isn’t playing more games when he is the best offensive linemen in college football.
Many teams have expressed interest in him for the NFL who are just waiting for him to graduate this fall. Doesn’t Ole Miss know they have a diamond in the rough the size of Texas? Come on boys! We want to see more of this gentle giant! Terrell Brown is a football player to watch. With his well spoken soft manor and humanitarian deeds, he is a role model for young black Athletes everywhere. He doesn’t drink or do drugs, and even helps the freshman every year find their way around. I don’t know about you, but I see a superhero in this guy. I’d be happy to start betting on who will take him first!
Terrell Brown working to help save the planet…as all superheroes do!
We will be watching you Tee! (yes obviously he is the one in the middle) Stay BIG and PROUD! Go Ole’ Miss!