Brown's Offer List Up to Ten

Cherokee running back Brittain Brown was a recent guest at Georgia Tech for their game with Virginia. The visit was the second for Brown having already visited Tech for their game with Georgia Southern.

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Brown enjoyed his experience at both games but noticed a difference in the Virginia game. “The team was playing well and the running game was clicking against Virginia."

The visit for Brown included a chance to see the weight room renovations, the locker room, the players lounge, and a chance to walk out on the field to talk to the coaches. “They really treated me well on my visit."

The coaches talked to Brittain about his season and the losses they’ll have at the running back positions due to graduation. "The one thing they told me that really stuck with me was that I am their number one target at the B-Back position.”

That statement hit home with Brittain. “It made me feel real good. No other coach from any other team has told me that I was their number one target.” The visit elevated Tech on Brown’s list of schools.

Brittain has always had a high opinion of Tech. He’s made numerous visits to the campus and the areas around the campus. “I like Georgia Tech a lot and the fact they are using their running game as well as they are, it is hard not to like what you see."

In addition to his visits to Tech, Brown has also visited Auburn, Clemson, Georgia, Ole Miss, and Vanderbilt. The most recent visit for Brittain was to Georgia to watch Auburn play. The visits to Tech, Auburn, and Clemson were the three that stood out to Brittain.

Brown received a recent offer from Nebraska and might also schedule a trip there. The offer bring’s Brittain’s offer total to ten. Brittain also plans to take some Junior Day visits.

Brittain will be looking for a school that has a great weight room and indoor facility. He’ll also be looking at the running back depth chart for each school. “I am into technology and I want a valuable degree in some form of technology or engineering." Top Stories