Brown will visit Nebraska

Nebraska could get a visit from one of their latest targets before the start of the season. This receiver could be moving up a lot of recruiting boards after some impressive camp performances this summer.

Tony Brown from La Mirada (Calif.) recently picked up an offer from Nebraska. The Huskers offered the 6-foot-1 and 170-pound receiver just last week and Brown's father, David Brown, knows some history on the Huskers.

"I was excited about his offer," Brown's father said. "I was focused on college football when Nebraska was on top. I know that they have a lot of kids on their team from around here. I also know that they have a lot of good recruits coming in."

Mr. Brown says that his son, who recently transferred from Anaheim (Calif.) Servite to La Mirada, worked incredibly hard this summer. He says that the technical side as well as the measurables all got better from his son's dedication.

"His route running has really progressed. He works with a lot of kids that come back from their D1 football teams and also guy that play in the NFL. I think that separates himself from others. He runs well. He ran a 4.43 or 4.41 at Colorado camp."

The offer from the Huskers could be enough to get a visit. According to Brown's father the family might actually be interested in visiting Lincoln before the season starts.

"That is definitely going to happen," Brown said. "We wanted to get it done before the season, but that is not going to happen. We will have to work with Coach Moschetti to set up a trip to go to Nebraska."

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