"Purdue was a good visit and it was really nice up there. They have been on me from the beginning, they have a strong academic program there, and I think I could play a lot up there," said Keith Brown.
The Boilermakers made a strong impression on Brown, but was it like the one Clemson made in September?
"I liked Clemson a lot too when I was up there and I am definitely still looking at them. They have a lot of things I like and I had a good trip there like I did to Purdue."
So what now for the Miami (FL) Norland linebacker who is considered a soft verbal commitment to Miami?
"I am just going to get the remainder of my official visits in, take a couple of unofficial visits, and then make up my mind before I graduate in December.
"I have been talking to Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Nebraska, Florida State, and South Florida a lot lately. I know I will take unofficial visits Florida and USF.
"I do not have anymore official visits set up yet, but I am thinking about Illinois, Nebraska, and Georgia right now. I am totally sure on those yet."
The four-star on Scout says there is still a chance that he sticks with the Hurricanes.
"The sanctions on Miami have really pushed me to take these visits, look around, and just make sure of my decision," he said. "I could still go there or I could go somewhere else. I would say it is about 50-50 right now.
"I am just going to keep visiting schools, continue to talk things over with my parents and my coaches, and then make my decision.
"I have to do a lot of things quickly because I am graduating early, but I know I will get it done. I just have to find the right school for me."
It's 50-50 for Keith Brown
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