Brown Back From First Visit

Orange (Calif.) Lutheran cornerback Terrence Brown visited Oregon this past weekend, which was his first official visit, and he talks about his trip to Eugene and his latest top five...

Orange (Calif.) Lutheran cornerback Terrence Brown (6-0, 170) had a whirlwind weekend, starting with a thrilling victory to earn a league title and ending with his first official visit.

Brown and his Lancer teammates beat Mater Dei and Matt Barkley on Thursday night on a last second field goal to give them a share of the Trinity League title.

The next day, Brown headed up to Oregon for his first official trip.

"It's been a busy weekend, but a good weekend," said Brown. "My trip up to Oregon was amazing. I can't say enough about the facilities. Man, those were something else."

It was Brown's first time in Eugene, and he left overly impressed with the Oregon program, and campus.

"The campus was really nice too and I really liked the buildings there too," said Brown. "But the locker room and the athletic facilities were what stood out to me."

Fellow SoCal native Kenjon Barner, hosted Brown on his visit. He also spent ample time with the coaching staff.

"I talked to Coach Neal mostly but I got to meet all of the coaches and they were all real cool to me," said Brown. "I get along great with them."

Brown has scheduled a visit with Stanford, though the date hasn't been finalized, and that is his only other visit set up.

"I'm working on the application and plan to get that in to Stanford," said Brown. "I'm looking forward to visiting there."

The Ducks and Cardinal lead Brown's top five, which also includes Oregon State, Boise State and San Diego State.

"I don't have a leader yet, I want to take all of my visits before I decide on a school," said Brown. "But I really liked Oregon after this trip."

Brown returned to the lineup against Mater Dei after being sidelined with a hip flexor. His return bolstered the Lancers secondary against Barkley and now he's feeling great as the Lancers head into the CIF-SS playoffs. There was a three-way tie for the Trinity League title, but the Lancers drew the 3rd seed out of the league.

"I was kind of upset that we ended up third out of our league (after the tiebreaker), but we have to get focused now," said Brown. "We play Fountain Valley on the road but I don't even know who would be next. It's one game at a time."


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