Noles Hosted Top OL

With Florida State's poor depth at the offensive line position, it's quite obvious that finding talented blockers will most likely be the Seminoles No. 1 priority for the class of 2006. This past week, the Noles hosted one of the top offensive line prospects in the country.


Aaron Brown, a 6-foot-6 and 283 pound tackle from Cincinnati (OH) Princeton, already has over 30 scholarship offers, including Florida, Florida State, Miami, Tennessee, Ohio State and many more. This past weekend, he unofficially visited Florida and Florida State.

"We had a good time meeting with Coach Lilly," his father George Brown said. "We didn't get a chance to meet Coach Bowden but we did get to meet with Coach McHale briefly. With Alex Barron departing, we feel like Florida State would be a good opportunity."

The Brown's were also impressed with their time in Gainesville.

"We met with Coach Meyer and we like Florida because they will be graduating five offensive linemen," George Brown said.

The potential All-American list Florida State, Florida, Miami, Ohio State, Auburn, Purdue, Notre Dame, Minnesota and Penn State as some of his favorites in no order.

Where do the Noles stand?

"We aren't ready to name a top three but we wouldn't drive 15 hours if we weren't considering Florida State," Brown said. "Aaron isn't going to choose his favorite team but more on what the best situation will be for him."

Brown will make his first official visit On September 5th when the Seminoles square off against the Miami Hurricanes in Doak Campbell Stadium.

He will also unofficially visit Notre Dame, Penn State and Minnesota.

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