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Updated scouting report on Top247 4-star safety Aaron Flowers

Aaron Flowers from Frisco, Texas High School to DFW Metroplex represents one of the top safety prospects in the Lone Star state and nationally in the 2024 recruitment cycle. Flowers is ranked in the top 15 for safety in the nation and close to the top 30 in the state of Texas.

Flowers has recorded over 50 tackles in two consecutive seasons, showing all-round play in countless hands, from corners to nickels to safety. It’s not afraid to crash on the descent rather than on the run, but has also shown impressive coverage ability in a variety of ways. Flowers threw two passes and broke 10 as a sophomore in 2021, then intercepted two passes, broke eight and forced two fumbles in the fall of 2022.

Flowers reported more than two dozen proposals, including schools like Alabama, Oklahoma, Baylor, and Texas Tech. Alabama, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Louisville have all offered the 6ft 190lb projectile for the past two weeks. Here’s a closer look at Flowers from the updated 247Sports scouting report.


A good sized defensive back with experience playing in multiple places on the back ground and ability to move around. Pushing 6 feet with a wingspan of nearly 6 1/2 feet and above average weight relative to position projection.

Plays consciously and actively, with a competitive nature. Consistently ready to participate in perimeter runs, whether aligned to a corner or safety. Physical data corresponds to the specified dimensions and reflects the ability to grip.

Length helps narrow catch windows and upset receivers at the line of scrimmage and downfield. Gets a healthy amount of throws in hand. Will also play ball as a running back looking for a lane.

Possesses a multi-sport sport profile that includes somewhat limited track and field experience. The combined testing of the sophomores provided an encouraging context regarding the agility and lateral twitches that show up on the pitch.

A good functional athlete. The ideal would be to find more verified speed markers to provide additional context.

Shows the speed of recovery, especially when playing nickel and top. Top gear probably has room for improvement. There is a lot around the ball and the performance of playmakers can increase.

Acts as a powerful defensive back that probably fits in the safety or nickel role, but can also give you the ability to click in the corner if needed. Potential to turn into a multi-year player with NFL Draft potential.


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