Springfield South had a rough season in 2003, but one player who shined during this down year was offensive linemen Brandon Curtis. The 6'3 292lb. Offensive linemen was a bright spot for the Wildcats and coach Tony Broering.
While Brandon has gone under the radar in recruiting circles, his talent hasn't been unnoticed by myself and college coaches from around the country. With schools recruiting him from the West and Midwest, Brandon had a hard choice to make as to where he would play football at the next level.
Schools like Cincinnati, Miami of Ohio, Toledo, Indiana, Oregon, California and Stanford all came after the fireplug in the South offensive line. With great feet, nice arm extension and being able to play all the line positions Curtis will fit in many offensive lines that run spread attacks. If Brandon stays on the offensive side of the ball look for him to play center, but with his athletic ability don't be surprised to see the coaches look at him as a defensive front player.
When it came time to make the call, Brandon chose Bowling Green University as the place he will spend the next phase of his academic and athletic years.
OPS would like to wish Brandon the best at the next level.