The Missouri Tigers extended an offer to a talented 2014 offensive guard from Tampa, Florida in Gary Brown, according to 247Sports. Brown is a three-star guard and a standout at Alonso High, and he is ranked by the 247Composite as the 180th-best player in the state. Although it is very early and he has no leans, Brown has plenty of major interest early on and a solid list of offers, with Missouri being the first of the month of June and, as an SEC school, one of his biggest yet.
Brown has been offered by the Iowa State Cyclones, Cincinnati Bearcats, Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, Indiana Hoosiers, Kentucky Wildcats, North Carolina State Wolfpack, Nebraska Cornhuskers, South Florida Bulls, and Purdue Boilermakers. Interest in Brown spans across the country from conferences like the SEC to the Big Ten.
Ranked by the 247Composite as the 70th-best guard in the country, Gary Brown is 6’3″, 275 pounds and once attended Georgia Tech’s junior day back in early March, where he received an offer from the ACC squad.
Missouri has now offered four uncommitted offensive guards in the 2014 recruiting class, and the biggest name of those four with Tigers offers is another guy from the Tampa Bay area in four-star Lakewood High standout Isaiah Wynn, who is regarded as one of the top ten guards in the country.