Four-Star Safety Narrows Down Schools
Four-star class of 2024 safety Aaron Flowers has narrowed down his schools to ten.
The junior will be choosing from Texas Tech, Baylor, Louisville, Michigan State, Washington, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Oregon, USC, and Alabama.
“I mean it’s Alabama! Just watching throughout the years and having so many great DBs coming out," said Flowers to On3Sports' Hayes Fawcett about the Tide.
The Texas native ranks No. 175 nationally, No. 11 in safeties, and No. 29 in the state of Texas, according to 247Sports Composite.
Last season, Flowers recorded 55 tackles, eight pass breakups, two forced fumbles, two interceptions, and one tackle for loss. He aided the Forney Jackrabbits to a state playoff appearance.
"Plays aware and active with competitive nature. Consistently willing to engage perimeter run, whether aligned at corner or safety. Physicality lives up to listed size and reflects in tackling ability," said national scouting analyst for 247Sports Gabe Brooks. "Length aids in ability to shrink catch windows and frustrate receivers at the line of scrimmage and downfield. Gets hands on a healthy number of throws. Also will play the ball as a run defender looking for the strip."
Flowers has yet to set a commitment date.