FAIRFIELD — Buckeye Scoop spent back to back in the Cincinnati area after
watching Roger Bacon host Norwood and La Salle travel to Lakota East on
September 11th we went back to the 513 a week after. But this time we were a
little farther north as we watched Lakota West with Ohio State commits Jyaire
Brown and Tegra Tshabola travel to Fairfield in a hard-fought GMC matchup. The
Firebirds are off to an undefeated start behind a stout defense and a powerful offense along with numerous division one prospects. With the most notable and outspoken prospect of that group being four-star cornerback Jyaire Brown who moved from Louisiana to Ohio this past offseason.
As a freshman and sophomore Brown garnered national attention as a lockdown cornerback for Louisiana powerhouse Warren Easton high school. And now that he is a junior at Lakota West his role is more of the same but instead, offensive coordinators are specifically throwing away from Brown. As a result, Brown often has very boring games for the Firebirds, and with his recruitment out of the way that is also rather boring. But on the field, Brown is working hard to improve his technique and stay ready for when the opportunity comes. Off the field, he has his recruiting hat on and is working to make his 2022 class even better than their predecessors in 2021.
But why take our word for it when you can hear Brown detail all those topics himself. After Lakota West’s fourth-quarter comeback win over Fairfield Brown took some time to catch up with Buckeye Scoop on a variety of topics. To start he discussed what is like to try and improve on the field while also rarely seeing the ball thrown his way. Following that, he talked about his relationships with the Ohio State coaching staff and his fellow 2022 commits.
And he finished up by our interview by talking about what players he is trying
to get him to join him at Ohio State
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