Navarre, Fla.--One of the top Auburn offensive line targets on the Tigers’ board, Nick Brahms was back on the Plains Friday to check out the campus and talk with the coaches again. Putting Auburn on top following his recent Big Cat visit, Brahms said getting back on campus was big for him.
“I pretty much visited with more of the academic side of things,” Brahms said. “I went to aviation and the engineering building and the business building. Aviation, I really liked it over there. That might be my new thing. I have been saying business or engineering, but that might be my new major.”
Making a recent trip to North Carolina and planning to head to Tennessee and Oregon soon, Brahms said that nothing has changed for him in terms of recruiting with Auburn definitely at the top.
“Auburn is still my number one,” Brahms said. “I see a lot of success in the near future with Auburn. They do offer aviation, which impresses me. That’s a big deal.”
Getting the chance to step away from recruiting and focus on the academic side of things was very important for Brahms and with his father a pilot for Delta it made the lean towards aviation a natural move for him.
“It was definitely cool,” Brahms said. “I think flying planes would be a good way to get away from everything, it’s just cool.”
Still planning to make a decision sometime before his senior season, Brahms said he’s thought about committing but still wants to take his time.
“It has (crossed his mind),” Brahms said. “I’ll look at a few other schools and make a decision. I hope to have a decision before the season.”