Last week, there was a question as to whether or not offensive lineman Aaron Brown of Cincinnati Princeton would be making his scheduled official visit to Ohio State this weekend as Princeton had a game scheduled at Shaker Heights on Saturday afternoon. Princeton lost to Shaker Heights 46-39 to fall to 1-2 on the year, but Brown did make his trip to Ohio State.
"The game was unbelievable," said Aaron's father George. "The fans were great. It was a great game. It was a really good visit."
The Browns had a chance to speak with OSU's coaches quite a bit.
"We spoke to coach Tressel for some time," George Brown said. "Coach Bollman too."
Ohio State was Brown's second official visit. Brown is also scheduled to visit Louisville this weekend, Virginia Tech on the 24th and Miami (Fla.) on October 1st, but there may be a change in those plans for the upcoming weekend.
"We may change that Louisville to Notre Dame," George Brown said. "That is undecided yet."
Either way, expect a decision to be announced after the final visit.
"We are still set on October 6th to make a verbal and we are going to stick with that schedule," George Brown said.
Aaron Brown is currently ranked as the No. 75 player nationally, the No. 9 player in the Midwest and the No. 18 overall OL by Scout.com. Brown was also rated as the No. 2 player in Ohio in the latest issue of Ohio High magazine, right behind running back Chris Wells.