Tony Brown from La Mirada (Calif.) took his first official visit this past weekend to check out Nebraska. It was the first trip to Nebraska for Brown and his family. The visit was anticipated, but they didn't expect to see wha tthey did this weekend.
"Everything was great," Tony Brown's father, David Alvaredo, said. "It was great. The visit really exceeded all of our expectations that we had for Nebraska. It was better than we could have possibly thought.
"The game was great and the fan base here at Nebraska is unbelievable. They have great facilities and we werelly liked the academic center for the players. It was all great."
The thoughts of the father were shared by the son. It's been important to keep an open mind through this process and see everything that you can. Mr. Alvaredo says that his son was impressed as he was.
"Tony came into this visit with an open mind. He really wanted to take it all in and see it all for himself. I know that he really liked what he saw this weekend."
Kenny Bell will be a huge loss for Nebraska at the end of the season and will be tough to replace. Brown could be that guy though that the Nebraska staff sees as a possible replacement for the most productive receiver in Nebraska's history.
"I think that they are really excited about what a guy like Tony brings to their football team. They like him at the "Z" and see him as being a deep-ball threat. They were comparing him to Kenny Bell."