"It's been very fun out here, just competing with the top talent from all over the country. It's very intriguing; I'm enjoying the moment right now. You just have to pay attention to detail out here because these are some of the best guys and they can get to you. You just have to step up, play even harder, and play with emotion," he said.
Competing with a group of talents defensive backs, Brown has made a few big plays and plans to continue that trend in Friday's game.
"I have to keep getting picks, keep doing whatever the coaches want me to do," he said.
"It's like a dream come true. We've been playing ball together from when we were six to know, and to play another game together is so great. It wouldn't be the same if I was playing in this game with anyone else but him. We've worked hard every off-season and all of our hard work has paid off," he said.
"It's great to meet the guys I'm going to be playing with for the next four years and start to bond out here so when we get to school, we'll be clicking," he said.
Brown was adamant about taking his time in making his decision and therefore feels confident he made the right choice with the Cougars, stating he is "set" with the program.
"I stay in contact with the staff and we have a great relationship. Things are going very well with them," he said.
The 6-foot, 170-pound athlete plans to head to Pullman in August. For now, he's just making sure he does his future team justice in Friday's game.
"It's an honor. It means everything to me. It's the highest acknowledgement I could have in football. I just can't wait to play," he said.