"I recently went to West Virginia n an unofficial visit and then the day after I went to Kentucky," Brown said. "I went to a camp, but West Virginia was just an unofficial visit.
"West Virginia was amazing," Brown continued, "Morgantown has some really nice people down there. I got to talk to some of the coaches and met a couple of players. It's really nice down there. They have some nice facilities and everything. There's like, two parts to the campus, so it's a pretty big school."
The Palmetto state native totaled 20 receptions for 502 yards in a mostly run-oriented offense as a junior. 13 of the 20 receptions went for touchdowns.
"The next day I went to Kentucky camp," Brown said about the final step of his trip. "I had a really good camp. Probably my best. I ran a 4.44 forty-yard dash and had a 4.25 shuttle."
The 6-foot-2, 185 pounder got a chance to talk about his experience in Lexington that included a tour of the campus.
"We walked around the school and saw the facilities and the rest of the campus," Brown said. "Let me tell you, I think they are a team on the rise in the SEC. They got some good things going up there."
Brown is not finished with his summer road trip across the country. The senior-to-be plans on seeing the state of Tennessee, next weekend.
"I plan on taking a couple more unofficial visits," Brown said. "I am supposed to go to Vanderbilt and Tennesse. After that, I'll announce a top five. Once I announce my top favorites, I plan on going on all five official visits after September."
In addition to starring on offense, Brown was a force defensively, racking up 95 tackles and 2 interceptions on the defensive side of the ball. A good student as well with a 3.3 GPA, the two-way standout helped lead Cheraw to the 2-A State Championship last season.
"I'm looking for a school with good academics," Brown said, "a good overally school and a good coaching staff is very important to me. Just an overall winning program, pretty much."