Cornerback participates in Texas vs. The Nation all-star game

Senior Kansas cornerback Greg Brown played in Saturday’s Texas vs. The Nation college all-star game. Brown knew this game would benefit his draft stock if he could make a name for himself.

Representing the Texas All-Stars, Brown felt good about his performance and hopes NFL scouts will consider him in the future. He had four tackles and three pass breakups in the 24-13 loss to The Nation.

“I thought I played great and hopefully helped my stock a lot,” Brown said. “The experience was great and I’m proud to have such a supportive group of friends and family in my life to come out and watch me play in this game.”

Brown was one of 96 seniors selected to participate in the annual all-star game. The game featured top college seniors who played high school or college football in Texas to represent the Texas All-Star team. The Nation was a team composed of seniors from around the nation also looking to make progress with their draft stock going into the NFL combine.

Brown, a Cedar Hill, Texas native, started in all 12 of Kansas’ games this past season. He is the eighth Jayhawk senior to participate in a postseason all-star match.

  • Updated Feb. 3, 2013 at 10:53 pm
  • Edited by Tara Bryant