“I liked everything about it … the facilities, the coaches, just everything, 100,000 people in the stands. I’d never seen that. … pretty amazing.”
So it was easy to make an impression with the screaming, victorious fans all showing love for the home team in Death Valley.
“UM is still my school, but if I wanted to decommit, Clemson would be my No. 1 choice,” he said. “I’m kinda shaky on it, but I’m holding tight, making sure I pick the right school for me. I won’t rush into it. I will be patient and make sure everything falls into the right place. ”
And the right school will not have a two-year postseason ban hanging over his head.
“That’s what I’m waiting on. Two years would be a bit much, that’s pushing it,” Brown said.
Since the report of recruiting violations against UM, Brown said Clemson, Nebraska and Illinois have come at him the hardest. He said he will definitely visit Nebraska, Illinois and Penn State. Then he’ll have one official visit left to pick from a current list of Georgia, LSU or Louisville.
As as junior, he had 156 tackles, 4 sacks, and 6 force fumbles.
He is good against the run and can cover too. He has great size and athleticism at his position.