North Carolina Standout Enjoys FSU Visit
"It was very nice," defensive end Everette Brown said. "I would rate it a nine. The facilities were very nice and I liked the brick-structured stadium. I'm not a big-city guy and I liked the college town atmosphere."
Defensive end Kamerion Wimbley was his host and he also got to hang around with fellow recruit in Callahan Bright.
Kamerion is a real down to earth person," he said. "We talked about defensive end Coach Jody Allen and he told me he is intense on the field but down to earth off the field. He said he does a nice job of teaching fundamentals. I hung around Callahan and he seemed to really enjoy his visit."
Brown's family would like to see their son play closer to home. Does this visit change the distance factor?
"We timed the trip and it was around an eight and half hour drive," the four-star standout said. "My dad is around 50/50 now on the distance factor."
Brown, who is an excellent student, will officially visit Virginia Tech, North Carolina and North Carolina State in January.
He finished his senior season with 16 sacks.
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