Brown tells Scout.com about his favorites.
LSU: "I like the way their offense is run. I like that they are in the SEC. I like playing with the big boys. They pass the ball a lot, and they have always been one of my favorite teams."
Texas Tech: "I like them because they run the spread offense. All they do is pass. It's a dream. I went to their Junior Day, and I had a good time. The coaches make sure the players graduate."
Louisville: "I don't really have much to say about them. I have just watched them some on TV."
Iowa: "They have been following me since last year. I like the way they play. I like the coaching staff. I like the offensive staff."
Oklahoma State: "I like about them for about the same reasons as Texas Tech and LSU."
Oklahoma: "I don't really know too much about them."
Brown recorded 35 receptions for 520 yards and scored three touchdowns during his junior campaign.
When asked his strengths and what he hopes to improve Brown replied, "I feel like my strengths are reading defenses, breaking coverages, knowing which coverage they are going to run and knowing how the defensive back is going to react to every move I make."
"I want to improve my speed and my route running before next season."
Brown is aware of what he will consider when making his college decision.
"I am looking for a good education, location and graduation rate," Brown concluded.
Brown will attend the Scout.com All-American Combine in Dallas, Texas March 25.