Brown drove to Clemson Thursday night with his mom and visited the Tigers on Friday morning. CUTigers.com reported Friday night on Brown's Clemson visit. This afternoon we talked with the Fredrick Douglas High School star about what he thought after his weekend visit to West Virginia in this quick Q&A.
How did your trip to West Virginia go?
Brown: It was okay. It didn't go as well as I thought it would. I was kind of disappointed but it was okay. I didn't get to work out because I aggravated a hip injury. I hope West Virginia will still offer but I didn't do as well as I had hoped.
How would you compare your 2 visits this weekend?
Brown: Clemson went very well. I had fun. West Virginia was okay."
Have you changed your leaders after the weekend visit?
Brown: No, Clemson and Syracuse are still my two leaders.
Are you any closer to a decision after visiting Clemson and West Virginia this weekend?
Brown: No not really.
Are you still planning to commit before your season starts?
Brown: I'm not sure.
What's next for the star athlete from Maryland?
Brown: I'm going to get ready for the season. I may go to Kent State for a visit later this summer.
Do you think your hip injury will impact the coming season?
Brown: No I should be fine when the season starts.
We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding athlete from Maryland, right up through signing day 2004.
Brown Returns from West Virginia, Clemson
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