Aiden Brown Calls Syracuse Visit 'Smooth'

Syracuse had several prospects in attendance on Saturday to watch the Orange scrimmage and check out the program. Among them was offensive lineman prospect Aiden Brown.

Aiden Brown was one of a few prospects from The Bullis School in Maryland to visit Syracuse on Saturday. It was his first trip to see the Orange, and he left impressed. 

"The visit was smooth," Brown said. "I watched them scrimmage, took a tour of the facilities and hung out in the players' lounge. My favorite part of the scrimmage was the flow and pace. I thought everyone has bough in to the new coach's menality. The facilities were really nice. The weight room and indoor practice field were up to date and beautiful. 

"The players' lounge was a nice, calm spot where players could chill and eat as much as they could. I liked it. It's a beautiful place."

Brown was able to spend time with the Syracuse coaches during the trip. His primary recruiter, Reno Ferri, was the one he spent the most time with. 

"I hung out with the head coach, coach Reno and coach Gerald," he said. "It was cool getting to interact and see what they are really all about. Another plus from meeting them is that I connected with them on a semi-personal level and talked to them person to person rather than coach to player. 

"They told me that they will keep in touch and call me within the next few days."

Another highlight was watching the offensive linemen during the scrimmage. Brown admitted he could see himself excelling within Syracuse's offensive system and the program in general. 

Brown is someone that Syracuse did not offer, but the interest is legitimate and it could come down the road. Regardless, it was a strong visit and one that will have Brown considering the Orange throughout his recruitment. 

"They would definitely be a top choice because of location and level of play," he said. "I most get looks from the 1AA level and ACC schools. If they offer, then I will heavily consider commiting myself to the university."

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