Maryland three-star wideout Cameron Sullivan-Brown enjoyed his recent visit to Penn State. And not only because he received an offer from the Nittany Lions.
PSU is the latest Big Ten school to offer the 6-foot-1, 175-pounder who hails from St. Vincent Pallotti High in Laurel, Md., joining Illinois, Northwestern and Wisconsin.
"I liked it a lot,” Sullivan-Brown said of his Happy Valley visit. “I loved everything at PSU. The point of my visit is to see how Coach (Josh) Gattis coaches the wide receivers. Watching him coach the wide receivers during practice really sold me on Penn State.
"I kind of had an idea Coach Gattis was going to offer me,” he added. “But when it happened, I was (still) surprised. I was so excited about the offer."
"I kind of had an idea Coach Gattis was going to offer me. But when it happened, I was (still) surprised. I was so excited about the offer."
He also loved something he heard from Nittany Lion head coach James Franklin.
“Speaking with Coach Franklin on how he wants to be first African-American coach to win a national championship was really intriguing to me,” Sullivan-Brown explained. “As a whole, I like the lifestyle at Penn State. From the coaches to the facilities, it was really impressive."
Sullivan-Brown does not have any sort of top five or 10 established at the moment, but said, "Penn State definitely moved up my list. … Penn State is up there after the visit."
He intends to make his college decision sometime this summer, but for the time being is not rushing through the process.
"Right now I don't have any visits set in stone,” Sullivan-Brown said. “I'll have to talk to my dad, but I am definitely taking a second visit to Penn State. I just love everything there."