"Tennessee offered me about a week ago, Brown said. "I think it is really good. They have been my favorite team ever since I was little, but I'm not going to get up and jump on the band wagon like everyone thinks I will"
Brown has decided to take his time and see what is out there. As one of the top prospects in the state of Alabama, he has the luxury of choosing from several of the top programs in the country. "I'm going to take my visits and find the best place for me," he added.
The upcomming senior recently attended Alabama's Senior Camp and liked the experience. "I really enjoyed it," Brown noted. "It is a really nice place. I had the chance to speak with Coach Shula and he is a really good guy. He is soft spoken. He speaks through his actions."
Brown has two more camps to show his ability, but more importantly to see how he likes the next two schools. "I will be going to Georgia's camp, July 9-10 and I will go to LSU for their camp, July 25-26," he said.
When asked if ready to name a favorite, Brown replied, "No, not yet. I still have not been able to visit Georgia or LSU. I think after that, I will have an idea. For now, I'm considering Alabama, Tennessee, Auburn, Georgia and LSU,"