Georgia WR Adds Missouri Offer After Visit

The 3-star receiver from North Gwinnett (GA) that wrote about visiting this past week at Missouri has picked up an offer from the Tigers following his unofficial visit and gives the details of it and his interest in Missouri.

On Friday, several players and coaches from North Gwinnett High in Suwanee, Georgia, showed up at the Missouri team camp. Among that number was 2014 WR Nate Brown 6’3” 210 Suwanee (GA) North Gwinnett, who has informed that he has since received a Missouri offer.

Brown was impressed with his visit to Missouri, and the time he spent working with the Missouri staff. Following receipt of his Missouri offer, Brown is very high on the Tigers.

“I liked Missouri a lot,” explained Brown. “I didn’t know too much about Missouri going in, so I was going into it with an open mind……………………………………. I was really impressed with the facilities and the renovations that are ongoing. And, I was impressed with receivers’ coach (Pat Washington).”

Brown holds offers from Akron, Georgia Tech, Illinois, Indiana, Louisville, Middle Tennessee State, Minnesota, UMass, Vanderbilt, and Yale, among others, in addition to Missouri.

Brown is planning to visit Stanford before he begins to narrow things down. He’d like to make a decision before his senior season.

“I told (Coach Grinch) that Missouri would easily be in my top five,” explained Brown. “I mean, I don’t have a top five as of now. I’m probably going to narrow things down after I make some visits.”

Brown has reportedly been timed at 4.55 seconds in the forty-yard dash. He said that he’s interested in studying business.

“I was impressed with Missouri,” said Brown. “It was all positive.”

Brown indicated that he already knows that Vanderbilt and Missouri are two of the schools that will be among his top five.

“Out of the offers that I have now, Vanderbilt and Missouri are probably the top schools,” explained Brown. “They’ll definitely be in my top five………………………………………. I could see myself at either place.”

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