Brown Making the Rounds

Warren Central (Ind.) junior offensive lineman Dwayne Brown recaps visits to Kentucky and Indiana.

When you play with as many Division-1 commits as Dwayne Brown does, you hear the recruiting talk all day. The 6'4, 330-lb guard is a high level prospect himself, but only a junior, he gets hit from all sides by senior teammates hoping the big road grader will join them.

Yeah, Josh (Posley) is always talking to me about being a Bearcat," Brown says. "Jordan (Wallace) and them talk about being a Hoosier. My teammates talk to me and tell me to try to come visit with them."

Over the weekend, Brown took Wallace up on his offer and visited Bloomington for the Hoosiers' rivalry tilt with Purdue.

"It was tight. IU played a good game and it was a good experience. I've talked to Coach Wilson a lot since I've been there. I talked to Coach Frey a little bit. They said to get them my film. I just finished my highlight today."

Earlier this season, Brown went down to Lexington for an unofficial visit wit the Kentucky Wildcats.

"It was good. It was a good game. It was Kentucky versus Florida. It was different. It was SEC football, so it was intense."

When the contact period opens up again, Brown expects many schools to come through Warren, one of the most talent laden programs in the Midwest. He will simply wait until then, as he says he has nothing else planned.

"No, no other visits right now," he said.

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