"It was a short notice thing," Brown said. "I had a game on Thursday night and I talked to Coach Rich Fisher about coming in this weekend instead of in November. I got there on Friday."
When Brown got there he got to see what the academic side of Nebraska is all about. He says that he actually got to see all of the academic facilities and met all of the faculty he needed to on Friday and Saturday morning.
"On Friday I really just met with everyone and felt the environment. I did speak with mostly academic people on Friday, Friday and Saturday morning, but that is what I need to see on visits."
Brown came to Nebraska and wanted to see the facilities. He had heard a lot about them and wanted to see them for himself. He said that he was most impressed with the weight room.
"The facilities at Nebraska are top-notch. They are some of the best in the nation. I was excited to see them. They weight room stood out the most. Ndamukong Suh has given a lot of money back to the program to add onto their facilities."
The fans typically get a mention from official visitors mostly because they know who the recruits are as they come out on the field. The fans knew who Brown was and he was blown away by it.
"In my hometown people know me. They know my name. I was blown away to have so many people know me in the stands like they did this weekend. It got me hyped. I came out of the tunnel with a big smile on my face."
Nebraska looked good on both sides of the ball this weekend. The offensive scoring included three touchdown passes. Brown took note of it and says that he could fit in at any of the receiver spots immediately.
"The offense is very high tempo. There are lots of different receivers on the field at any time; three different receivers scored on Saturday.
"I can fit in at any of the wide receiver spots that they have in their offense. And Quincy Enunwa is a senior with Kenny Bell and Jamal Turner both juniors they could work me in at the slot or at the X."
Brown made the trip to Nebraska as a commitment to Washington. Brown leaves Nebraska still as a future Husky, but says that he was impressed by what Nebraska had to offer.
"I would rate the visit this weekend a '10'," Brown said. "It was everything that I expected and more. This visit doesn't change my commitment. Everything is still the same. I am just taking everything in and am still committed to Washington."