Still standing by a verbal commitment to attend the University of Miami, Bryce Brown is also making the rounds of other schools for a look-see on what they might have to offer. Saturday, that visit was to Kansas State.
After watching Kansas State fall to No. 6 Oklahoma Saturday in Bramlage Coliseum, Bryce Brown said of the atmosphere, "I enjoyed it It's a nice atmosphere, but I expected that. It's definitely a place that I'm going to consider."
"I wouldn't say its wide open," Brown said of his recruitment after the game. "There are still a few schools I want to talk to."
While the initial thought was to attend Miami where his brother, Arthur, signed last year as a linebacker, the younger Brown is now saying, "The more and more I travel, the more I appreciate being home. It's my home. I love Kansas."
Still, as recently as Friday he was talking to Tennessee via a telephone call as he headed into K-State to listen to what coach Bill Snyder and his new staff had to say.
"The most important thing right now is getting a feel from the offensive coaches and start building a relationship," Brown said. "I'm looking for a comfortable fit."
In four years at Wichita East, Brown rushed for a City League record 6,809 yards, which included 1,873 yards this past season. He's been clocked at 4.32 seconds in the 40-yard dash, and was named the co-MVP of the U.S. Army All-American Bowl after netting 146 all-purpose yards and two touchdowns.
Brown entered the arena 25 minutes before tip-off with Snyder and immediately made his way to the seats at center-court where he was greeted by KSU President Jon Wefald. He later returned to the seats to join other recruits.
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