LB Poly linebacker, and future Wildcat Josh Brown started playing football at age 7, but had to stop at age 10, because he couldn't make weight. He had a love for the game from the start, and it grew immensely while having to spectate. Watching his big brothers play sparked a fire in him that made him as he says "a dog." He learned to fight, and compete for what he wanted, which shows in his play on the field. In his career at Poly he has 294 total tackles with 207 solo tackles, 3 fumble recoveries, 5 interceptions, and one impressive punt return for a TD. Brown has had a great career at Poly, but 3 games stick out in particular Narbonne which he had 16 total tackles, and 1 INT, Arizona Centennial where he had 19 total tackles, and 1 INT, and De La Salle where he had the most tackles in his career ending the game with 20 total, and pulled down 1 INT. Brown has chosen to attend the university of Arizona after high school, because he feels he needs to get away to fully focus on the goals and aspirations he has set for himself. His ultimate goal is to play in the NFL, but Brown will also study business at Arizona. He already carries the same attitude in the classroom that he does on the field so we could either be looking at a future businessman or Pro-Bowl linebacker......or both! Either way we are looking at yet another successful young man out of Long Beach in the making! Yet another reason to be proud of this city, and be motivated to achieve any goal. Check out his junior year highlights on his Hudl page, and follow him on IG/Twitter below!