George Brown, 6-foot-5, 255-pounds, projects as either a defensive end or offensive tackle at the next level. He currently holds eight offers.
"I was offered by Clemson Friday night," Brown stated. "I was there with my dad on a visit, and we loved it there. It was my first time there and I loved the campus. They are recruiting me as a defensive end, and they told me I have the size and quick feet they're looking for at the position."
"They said I fit their system perfectly, and they want me to be a part of their program," he added. "The coaching staff was great and I liked being around them. Coach (Dabo) Swinney was really cool, and we met with him in his office for a long talk. We couldn't stay for practice because my dad had to get back to work, but everything was great and I'd like to get back there again."
The Clemson visit was just the latest for Brown, and he has been able to see several schools in the past few months.
"Clemson was a place a I really liked and I'm thinking about them a lot right now," he admitted. "They are going to be pretty high up there for me. This one did stand out a little bit, because of the combination of athletics and their academic program."
"Distance from home won't be a problem for me at all," he continued. "It's really not that far of a drive at all, so that's no big deal at all to me. My dad and I are planning on going back there next season for their game with Georgia."
Brown has been in contact with several other top programs, although he is unsure of any upcoming visits. He now holds eight offers, including Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky and Vanderbilt.
"I don't have anything planned for sure coming up," Brown said. "My dad said we might visit Ohio State soon, but I'm not sure when that might be. Other than that, I'm not sure what's upcoming."
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