The first of the seven big St. Louis high school junior football players has picked a college. CBC standout receiver Cameron Brown committed to Nebraska via his Twitter account on Sunday afternoon.


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Brown, a 6-1 175 pound receiver, had over 1,000 yards receiving and nine touchdowns for the Cadets this past season.

Brown picked Nebraska over Illinois, Missouri and numerous other schools.

He is part of a loaded St. Louis class that Mizzou was hoping would all end up in the black and gold. Barry Odom and his staff hosted them all together on a visit and pulled out all the bells and whistles to try and express their desire to have them a Mizzou.