Coming over as a JUCO transfer, Marcus Armstrong-Brown had the honors of being the first man in on National Signing Day for Hawaii.
"Congrats Marcus! You were the first, my man. Enjoy the day. You earned it." #FBOhana16 #NSD2016 pic.twitter.com/Vu69LEuyXs— Hawaii Football (@HawaiiFootball) February 3, 2016
He is coming to the Rainbow Warriors from Diablo Valley College in California. The junior will be competing for a receiver spot after being a standout for two years at DVC.
Before his final season in junior college, he was named to the JCGridiron JUCO wide receiver Watch List in California. He earned all-Bay 6 honors in his freshman year.
Armstrong-Brown is a 2013 high school graduate, hailing from Justin-Siena High School in Napa, California. While there he was the Napa Valley Register's Male Athlete of the year. He was the starting quarterback in a split-veer (option based) offense.
As a part of the 2016 recruiting class, he was considered to be a three-star recruit by Scout.
His position: WR
His measurables: His height and weight are from the University of Hawaii Football website.
|Height||6 feet 3 inches|
His years prior to UH: In 21 games at Diablo Valley College, Armstrong-Brown totaled 112 catches for 1,507 yards and 20 touchdowns. His final season saw him catch 57 passes for 638 yards and 10 touchdowns.
In his final year of high school, he passed for 776 yards and rushed for 851 yards while totaling 19 total TDs. Armstrong-Brown also contributed on special teams, returning 11 punts with a 19.2 yard average per return.
He also played basketball and competed in on the track team at Justin-Siena High School.
His tape: You can see his highlight package from his Hudl profile.
Stay tuned for more recruiting news and analysis for Hawaii Football's 2016 recruiting class.