Iowa pulls offer, can Nebraska get Brown?

Donald Brown was a star this summer at Nebraska's summer camp. He put in impressive workouts on both sides of the ball and earned an offer shortly after. This fall he seemed like an Iowa lock, what happened?

The 5-foot-11 and 190 pound Donald Brown had a solid season and pulled in some impressive offers. At one point it seemed that he was one school's to lose. However, that one school, Iowa, came in and told him that the offer was no longer there.

"Coach Wilson came here and told me that the offer was no longer available to Iowa," Brown said. "They were recruiting me as a running back."

So what is next for Donald Brown? "Really I have to go back and take a look at Wisconsin and Connecticut. They are both recruiting me as a running back."

Brown is still holding a Nebraska offer, but the conversations between Brown and Nebraska have somewhat died down. "I haven't spoken with Nebraska in a while."

At one time Nebraska was mentioning the chance at running back. However, those talks always seemed to be over-shadowed by who was recruting Brown from Nebraska.

"Every time I spoke to Nebraska it was with Kevin Cosgrove. We always talked about defense. That just doesn't really interest me."

Donald Brown is still holding seven total offers, including Nebraska. However, he has narrowed the list to Wisconsin and Connecticut however unless something changes dramatically.

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