Future Dawg?

Georgia has been on a roll in recruiting picking up one big commitment after another this summer. Another top prospect has the Dawgs on top of his list with a decision date set...

Is Keyon Brown already set on being a Dawg?

Georgia is the last school he visited, it is his leader, and he may not visit another school before announcing his decision, so all looks good for the Dawgs right now.

"Georgia is still on top. Nothing has changed. I had a great visit up there this summer and I really like Georgia," Brown told Scout.

After Georgia, Brown named Florida State, Miami, Clemson, and Tennessee in order to round out his top five.

All other than Tennessee have received a visit from the Scout 300 prospect, but it is Georgia that stands out from the pack at this time.

"I really like the people and the environment at Georgia. My mom and dad, uncle, girlfriend, and more of my family went up to Georgia with me and they liked it a lot too. It is a great school."

Could it be the school Brown chooses in September?

"I am going to announce my decision on September 28," said the 6-foot-3, 240 pound defensive end out of Wauchula (Fla.) Hardee. "That is my 18th birthday and that is the day I will commit. I do not see that changing. It will definitely be on that day."

Brown was very adamant about his decision date and he seems to be the same way when discussing his commitment.

"I am going to commit one time. I am not a believer in de-committing, visiting other schools after you commit, and things like that.

"I am pretty much ready to commit now, so I know I will be ready on September 28. I am looking forward to it."

When asked about potential visits between now and his 18th birthday, Brown said, "I may take an official visit to Georgia on September 21. It is not set up yet, but that is the only visit I have thought about."

Brown is the No. 19 defensive end in the country on Scout.

Chad Simmons is currently a National Recruiting Analyst for FOX Sports/Scout. He started with Scout in 2003 and then moved on to another Recruiting Service from 2004-2008 before returning to Scout the first of 2009 to become South Recruiting Manager.
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