It was hardly the senior season Mack Brown envisioned. In fact, it was about a third of the season Brown envisioned.
The AJC Super 11 tailback and one-time top-rated prospect in Georgia said at the outset his goal was to rush for 3,000 yards and win the state championship his final year at Martin Luther King High. It ended with him getting barely 1,000 yards and standing on the sidelines as the Lions fell to Newnan in the second round of the playoffs.
Hamstring issues that arose in the preseason finally got the best of Brown. He had eight yards on three carries in his last game and finished with 1,054 yards and 11 touchdowns for the season.
“It was frustrating,” said Brown, a five-star prospect who committed to Florida over Georgia in late July. “We had a good season but I wished we could have played a