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In an interview with ESPN on Tuesday, Gary Brown said that he has hired James Dickson, a former Marine Corps recruiter who is currently an analyst with recruiting software provider uibasketball, to be the next head of recruiting.
“It’s a great opportunity,” Brown told ESPN.
“It’s going to be very exciting to be in a position to help recruit and bring talent to U.C.L.A. and USC and the Pac-12 and to help them become a top-notch recruiting destination for the United States of America.”
Brown said that Dickson will be overseeing the recruitment of recruits.
According to the company, the move is part of a broader strategy to “ensure that U.K. students are the best place to live in the world.”
Uibasketball said in a statement that Denton has been working at the company since 2012, when he joined as a senior recruiting consultant.
The company added that Dixons job has been filled with “significant success.”
Brown told ESPN that Dison is a graduate of the U. of C.L., and that he is well-respected for his work with U.N. students.
Brown, who is also the chairman of the advisory board for the Uptown United Nations Foundation, said that while the recruitment company has been a part of recruiting for a long time, it’s a new job for Dickson.
He added that he believes Dickson can help U.U.C.’s recruiting efforts by focusing on recruiting more people from outside the UU.
Dickson is a native of San Diego and spent four years at the U of C., graduating in 2017.
Dickson was recruited to the UofC by his uncle, former Marine and former USC head coach Pat Haden.
A year after graduating, Dickson joined the USC program as a graduate assistant.
After spending two seasons as a player, he signed with the Trojans as a wide receiver.
During his time with the Bulldogs, Denton was a member of the team’s offensive line and spent time on special teams.
His final game for USC was a 41-21 win over Oregon in 2014.
At U.A., Dickson helped guide the Bulldogs to the College Football Playoff National Championship in 2015, as well as winning the Jim Thorpe Award for outstanding recruiting in 2016.
Prior to USC, Dixon spent six years at Texas A&M as the offensive line coach, where he helped lead the Aggies to the 2008 national championship.
It’s been a very exciting time for Dixontons family, Brown said.
I had the opportunity to talk with him over the phone last night and I know that he was incredibly excited about this new opportunity.