DT Devonte Brown Profile
CUTigers caught up with the Scout.com three-star defensive tackle earlier this week after Shrine Bowl practice at Spartanburg High School.
"[Brooks] came by the school to see me, to see how I was doing," said Brown, a senior at Jack Britt High School (Greensboro).
Brooks respects Brown's commitment to the Tar Heels.
"He said if I ever would change my mind that I am welcome to come to Clemson," Brown said.
North Carolina coach Butch Davis is the only coach that's made an in-home visit.
"I'm pretty solid with Carolina," Brown said.
N.C. State, East Carolina and a few others have sent coaches by Jack Britt.
Brown has already taken his official visit to Chapel Hill—for the Virginia Tech game. He does not plan on taking any others.
He also spoke about the experience at the Shrine Bowl.
"It's been going good. There were a lot of adjustments, but we're getting better," Brown said.
"It's been fun hanging out with different types of people from around the state…you get to know them as a person. It's fun. I'm enjoying it."
Scout.com South Recruiting Manager Chad Simmons named Brown to his N.C. Super Seven earlier this week:
Brown was in on a few plays on day one, but he dominated on day two. He is an athletic big body that really gets off the ball well. He has the ability to play inside or outside on the next level depending on what type of system the coaches run. He can still develop more physically and add moves off the ball. He has a lot of potential.
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