Future CFC100 twins get NCAA offers

Future CFC100 twins, Sydney and Chase Brown have both started to gain interest down South with the beginnings of the NCAA knocking at their door. 

Fox 40 Prospect Challenge alumni, DB Sydney and RB Chase Brown have both recently received an offer from NCAA Division 1, FCS – Southland, McNeese State Cowboys.

Canadian football quarterback, Kerry Joseph, who was named the CFL’s Most Outstanding Player in 2007 with the Saskatchewan Roughriders and Grey Cup champion is an Alumni of McNeese State.

Chase Brown, a 5’11 and 190-pounds running back, has also received an offer from NCAA – ACC Division 1, FBS Syracuse Orange, as announced via social media earlier in February. He currently plays for Saint Stephen’s Episcopal in Bradenton, FL.

Sydney Brown, a 5’11 and 193-pounds defensive back, also currently plays for Saint Stephen’s Episcopal in Bradenton, FL.

Originally from London, Ontario, both played on the national team for the 2017 series in Orlando Florida. They were both also 2016 OVFL Junior Varsity All-Stars.

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