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- Big Bubba Brooks is the talk of the recruiting world this week after an impressive performance at Rivals camp.
- The massive offensive lineman is as physical as he is large and his dominance was unmatched.
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Class of 2023 offensive line prospect Brione Ramsey-Brooks is better known as ‘Big Bubba,’ or just ‘Bubba.’ The Dallas, Texas-native is quickly skyrocketing up recruiting boards because not only is he absolutely massive, but he is extremely dominant.
Ramsey-Brooks lists himself at 6-foot-5, 360 pounds. However, he might be closer to 380 at only 17 years old.
Blessed to see another year 1️⃣7️⃣ pic.twitter.com/W9vNUM7obj
— Brione Brooks(Bubba) (@BrioneBrooks) January 27, 2022
Although he is currently unranked on recruiting websites, he has offers from Deion Sanders and Jackson State, as well as Kansas, Arizona, Georgia Tech, and Houston, among others. Ramsey-Brooks might be flying under the radar for Power Five programs, but wherever he ends up, he is going to provide a sizable impact — literally — on the offensive line right away.
As a sophomore, Ramsey-Brooks was a first-team all-district selection. Considering that he plays in one of the largest football hotbeds in the country, that is quite the honor for an underclassman.
As a junior, Ramsey-Brooks one-upped himself. He was a Class 5A first-team all-state selection and helped South Oak Cliff High School to a 15-1 record and the Class 5A-II state championship.
Blessed to be named First Team All-State pic.twitter.com/xYVtBidybi
— Brione Brooks(Bubba) (@BrioneBrooks) February 15, 2022
Now, as he starts to narrow-in on his college decision, Brione Ramsey-Brooks is turning heads at camps.
The massive prospect is finishing up his junior year this spring. He will have all of the fall to prove himself before making a decision.
Should he want to commit early, he could sign as soon as December. If he wants to wait until the last possible second, he has until Feb. 1, 2023.
Ramsey-Brooks recently partook in the Rivals recruiting camp in Dallas and was bodying everybody. His performance was remarkable.
— Rivals (@Rivals) April 12, 2022
Opposing defenders simply could not get past Bubba.
He was talking big talk, could not have been more fired up and was simply out-working all of the defenders who tested him.
South Oak Cliff (Texas) 2023 OL Brione Ramsey-Brooks aka “Big Bubba” was my Dawg of the Day 🔥
— Nick Harris (@RivalsNick) April 10, 2022
It was violent in the best way possible.
— Cole Patterson (@RivalsCole) April 10, 2022
Big Bubba Brooks has a lot of time left to figure out where he is going to play college football. Whatever school he chooses will be thrilled to have him.