"He's going to visit Auburn, Ohio State, Louisville, Virginia Tech and Miami," said Aaron's father George Brown. "He may still do something with Purdue too."
The 6-foot-6, 292-pound Brown, who has made two previous unofficial visits to the U of L football complex, had apparently told assistant coach Mike Cassity while attending the spring game, that they'd be back for an official visit.
"He told Aaron that he was impressed because he stayed true to his word," Mr. Brown said, adding that his son will visit U of L on September 17th.
"He's liked everything about Louisville that he has seen," he continued. "Coach Summers is one of the top coaches and Aaron really likes him."
However, as is too often the case, rumors has come and go about which program the Scout.com National Hot 100 member might be leaning towards.
"If a school stood out more then the others right now Aaron would have already made a decision," George Brown said. "Right now is like starting back at zero for everybody. Not one school has an advantage over the other."
Brown will graduate from Princeton High School in December and will join his new team at the start of the new year.
"He owe's it to himself to take these visits, so he can get a better feel for what's out there," Brown said. "These are the school's that he picked and he's going to make his decision in October.
Brown and his Princeton teammates will open their season as part of the nation's biggest high school football event, the Skyline Chili Crosstown Showdown. Princeton will host McNicholas on Thursday, August 25th at 8:00 p.m.