"It was great. I had a lot of fun. It was a good time," Brown said. "From the time I got there until I left I felt like I made the right decision for me. I had a lot of fun. I really enjoyed myself."
Brown, one of 14 official visitors on campus this week, met more than a dozen of his future teammates, including Florida defensive tackle Dequan Ivery.
"It was great," said Brown. "I met just about all of them that was there. I feel like we're really going to work well together for the next four years. I'm glad I got to meet and spend time with them. I had fun. I think we connected well."
Marcus Smith, a junior defensive lineman, was Brown host during his visit.
"He said Coach Hurtt and Coach Strong are two great guys on the defense and they have a lot of fun playing for them," Brown said. "They (coaches) told me they need more beef in the middle and with me and Dequan coming there we need to step up and do great things for them. Dequan's a real cool guy and I think we're going to do good together."
Brown said he'll sign a letter of intent with Louisville next month. National Signing Day is Feb. 1.
"I either going to sign at my school on signing day or Feb. 3 when all my family can see me," Brown said. "I'm excited about it."