Brown Visits Two In California

In terms of offer lists there might not be a better one in the class of 2015 than Cincinnati Winton Woods lineman George Brown. This past weekend he visited both USC and UCLA.

The past year has been a whirlwind for 2015 lineman George Brown, as the Cincinnati Winton Woods product has added over 40 offers.

Brown, 6-foot-6, 260-pounds, has taken several unofficial visits to date and this past weekend saw him head West to check out two BCS powers.

"I visited both USC and UCLA over the weekend, and both were amazing to be honest," Brown stated. "The coaches were great and both schools were beautiful to see, so it would be impossible to tell you which of the schools I liked better. I still couldn't say which one I liked better, even after flying home and thinking about it."

With previous visits to schools such as Clemson, Georgia, Florida, Michigan State, Kentucky, and others, Brown is starting to understand he is going to be faced with a tough choice on National Signing Day in 2015. He talked about USC.

"USC was an amazing school to check out, and I loved everything about their program," he explained. "The facilities were really nice, and I liked the coaching staff a lot. I spoke with Coach (Tee) Martin a lot, and I also got to speak with Coach (Steve) Sarkisian in his office which was great."

"He said he really likes me and would offer me right now if his offensive line coach was there," Brown added. "He said once he gets there from the San Francisco 49ers staff, they would be offering me. They said I could play either side of the ball, and I would definitely love to have that offer because I do have family out there."

UCLA had offered Brown prior, and he discussed his time with the Bruin coaching staff.

"UCLA was just as impressive as USC, and their coaching staff is great," he stressed. "Coach (Jim) Mora was really cool to speak with and we hit it off really well. My dad and I sat down with Coach Mora for about an hour, and that really impressed me because they had a big official visit weekend going on and I'm just a junior."

"To take that kind of time with us made a big impression on my dad and me," he said. "The campus was so beautiful, and I could see myself there. They really like me a lot, and said I could play either side of the ball. I'm going to consider UCLA highly going forward, and it's a school I could definitely see myself returning for an official visit next fall."

Brown's unofficial tour might not be finished quite yet, and there are plans to visit two more powerhouse programs.

"I might be going to visit Auburn next weekend, and then go visit Texas after that," Brown said. "Both schools have offered, and they are both high on my list."

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