"It was a great trip," Brown said. "It was just so organized. Everything about it was coordinated. I had a lot of time with the head coach and the rest of the staff. It was unlike my other visit."
Brown got a chance to hang out with a lot of the team while on his official visit like he did with the coaching staff. He says that he felt like he was already part of the team.
"Another thing about this trip was hanging out with the players. I didn't really get to do that at Arkansas. They really made me feel like I was part of the team. That was a great feeling."
While on his visit Brown got some one-on-one time with his position coach. The two of them looked at film and Brown said that he got a good chance to see how he would fit in the defense.
"I got a good chance to sit down with Coach Terry Joseph on the visit and break down film. He kept asking me if I could see myself in that style. Honestly, I can. That was a great part of the visit."
Brown also came away impressed with the facilities at Nebraska. He said that it wasn't just the athletic facilities, but also the academic facilities too.
"The facilities at Nebraska were incredible. The weight room was huge. I also really liked the academic facilities and staff. They really stress the importance of academics with their athletes."
The visit got a perfect rating by Brown. He said that he, and the other visitors that were in town with him this weekend, were all impressed.
"It was a "10"," Brown said. "I came away very impressed with what Nebraska had to offer and so did all of the other recruits that were there. We just couldn't get over how great everything was.
Going into the weekend there were stories that stated Arizona State led the field for Brown's services. Since getting back from Nebraska Brown says that things are a little tighter at the top.
"I wouldn't say that. I would say that I have a top three and Nebraska is in it. They definitely improved where they were for me with that visit. Coach Bo Pelini said that he was going to make an in-home with my family later."