Damari Brown

  • Pos CB
  • Height 6-2
  • Weight 195

Prospect Info

Miami Hurricanes

  • Jersey #6
  • Class SO

As a Prospect

  • Class 2023
  • Committed 12/21/2022
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H.S. Scouting Report

Evaluated 05/24/2022

Andrew Ivins
Andrew Ivins Director of Scouting


Power 4 Starter

A bigger outside cornerback that sprouted like a weed between junior and senior seasons. Not only comes from a football family as his father won a national championship at Miami, but also calls the South Florida-based NFL factory that is American Heritage home. Is rather sound with his technique and has been coached up on how to play full-field, press-man coverage at a high level on Friday nights. Patient feet and looser hips allow him to mirror speedy wide receivers at the line of scrimmage. Does a nice job of gaining depth while in reverse and isn’t afraid to buy time with his hands. Constantly puts himself in position to make plays in the air, but does seem to be more content with batting the ball away instead of taking it away. Has shown a desire to get physical in run support, but will eventually need to figure out how to get college-sized ball carriers to the ground and must get better at fighting off blocks, especially if he’s working on the shot field. Doesn’t exactly have a ton of game reps under his belt having had to wait his turn in what is always a loaded Patriots’ secondary, but has found ways to step up and make an impact on big stages like against IMG Academy when he picked off FSU signee AJ Duffy. Should find the most success at the next level in an aggressive defensive scheme that likes to leave its corners in 1-on-1 situations. Must keep progressing as a player, but has the length and cover talent to develop into a multi-year starter for a College Football Playoff contender. Should provide some immediate special teams value with his frame and could probably make the transition to safety, if needed.

H.S. Athletic Background

2021: Started at CB in a secondary that also featured Alabama signee Earl Little Jr. and WVU signee Jacolby Spells. Totaled 18 tackles and an interception in eight games per MaxPreps. Helped American Heritage make second round of Florida’s 5A state playoffs.


  • Selwyn Brown Father

    Played DB at Miami. Became a starter win 1985. Won a national championship in 1987. Then played with the Tampa Bay Bucs for a season.

  • Davonte Brown Brother

    CB at UCF. Started 18 games first two years on campus.

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