WR Jaron Brown Profile
After taking trips to Clemson and South Carolina the past two weekends, Cheraw wide receiver Jaron Brown visited the Michigan Wolverines this weekend.
"It went great," he said. "My mom came up with me we were a little late but that was okay. I got to meet with Coach Rodriguez for lunch today. He told me I was a great fit for their system and they want me as a wide receiver in their new offense."
In terms of favorites, once again Brown is not ready to go on the record with one between his top three schools.
"I think they are all even right now," he said. "If you asked me what I liked about each one I could give you a long list for each."
When asked specifically about his trip to Ann Arbor, he said, "I'd give it a 10. You look at their stadium. Oh my God. They said they could fit 110,000 poeple in there. Tt was enromous.
The weather wasn't too bad. It wasn't as cold as I thought it would be."
Brown said his mom was also impressed by the trip north.
"My mom really like the visit. She liked the staff and the academic programs. Distance is not a factor for me and I could definitely see myself playing there."
Now comes the hard part- making a decision between Clemson, South Carolina and Michigan.
Clemson assistant coach Dabo Swinney and two Michigan coaches are due in Cheraw on Tuesday.
South Carolina's David Reaves and Steve Spurrier Jr. will visit Brown on Wednesday.
"I plan on listening to all the coaches this week and make sure all of my questions are answered," Brown said. "Then it's time to sit down and figure out what I'm going to do."
Brown could play on either side of the ball in college, although all three schools have indicated he will get a shot at wide receiver first.
As a senior he recorded 22 catches for 450 yards and 11 touchdowns on offense to go along with 85 tackles and three interceptions on defense.
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