"When I was on my visit, I felt at home. I really enjoyed it, the coaches are great. It's a great place and it's like home. I felt comfortable there," he said.
"I'm very excited, glad I got it out of the way, and I'm just excited to see what it brings."
The 6-foot-3, 240-pound athlete likes the Georgia defense and thinks it suits his skill set perfectly.
"I think it's a great fit," he said.
"At outside linebacker, coming off the edge, getting after the quarterback, bringing some pressure, that's how I see myself fitting in."
Brown hopes to make a difference early for Georgia. He's the type of guy that will do whatever he needs to help the team be better.
"Even though I'll be a freshman, I'm going to try to be a leader, get out there and do my job, and always be there for the team," he said.
The Sunshine State standout said his family is also very excited about his choice to play at Georgia. He hopes they can visit again this season, but that's all still up in the air. The same goes for other official visits, though those are unlikely.
"I'm not planning on (taking other visits), I'm not sure right now, but I'm one-hundred percent Georgia Bulldog," he said.