A few nights ago I was watching a football game when I saw a wide receiver that just truly caught my attention. If you like TY Hilton, then I think you'd love seeing this guy on the Colts squad in the next 1-2 years. He's got great speed and great hands. And the players on his team just love him. I'm sure a number of you have names coming to mind from some big schools like ones in the SEC, Big 10, PAC-12, ACC, Big 8/12, Big East or maybe even the Mountain West. Well, this guy doesn't play in any of those conferences. A player doesn't have to come from a big name school to be a great player. Garcon came from a tiny little college. Randy Moss came from small Marshall. The guy I'm talking about I ended up seeing in the Ball State vs Northern Illinois game. The sad part was when I tried looking up online videos for this guy about the only ones I could find might have been ones of him from high school, except for a talking interview. Even then you had to be very careful because the team has or had an offensive line player with almost the exact same name. And if you go to the team's website and look up his stats, you may not be all that impressed because the stats don't look spectacular. Which I'm sure many of you would expect them to be since the team isn't a real big school. But trust me when I tell you, this guy is really good and if you get the chance to watch this guy play, which you likely will in a bowl game later this year. Take the chance. And if somehow you can get word to Grigson or one of his scouts, this guy is GOOD!!! Ok, so enough with the stalling. The guy I'm talking about is Da'Ron Brown from Northern Illinois. He's got incredible speed! And he's also got great hands. He was making 40 yard receptions and picking the ball out of the air with the greatest of ease. For the few of you that might have watched the game or watch a recording of it later, I'm sure you might point out that he got stripped on one major play. But the guy came right back and his quarterback went right back to him and connected with him for quite a few more big plays. I like that ability for a player to recover, come back and burn the opposing team after a bad play that he's likely beating himself up over. So folks, keep your eyes on Northern Illinois and watch #4. And try putting a prod into Grigson and company to put this guy into a blue and white uniform eventually with a horseshoe on the helmet.