"Arizona State, Cal, Washington State and San Jose State have all offered," said Brown. "And I think UCLA could be the closest to offering next and I talk to Washington once a week and they could be close too."
The Southern California native said that the Bruins, as well as Oregon, are two schools he's long wanted to play for.
"UCLA and Oregon are my dream schools," said Brown. "But even if they offered, I still want to go through the process and take all my visits."
In the meantime, Brown has a Pac-12 leader.
"Washington State is my leader," said Brown. "Jeremiah Allison is putting the word in with me every day for Washington State and I talk to Coach (Dennis) Simmons three times a week."
Brown plans to head to Pullman this summer.
"I'm going to the Washington State skills camp this summer, UCLA's skills camp and USC's Rising Stars Camp."
Brown has played for B2G's Five-Star squad at the NLA Elite 7on7 and went to the SoCal NFTC, already trying to get in as many camps as he can.
"I'm just working on being the best player I can be," said Brown. "I learned a lot from Jeremiah and Jaydon (Mickens), playing with them."
Academically, Brown has a 3.2 GPA and will take the SAT next month.