Tommy Brown (Brandon Huffman)

4-star OL Tommy Brown Checks Out UCLA

March 16 -- Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei four-star offensive lineman Tommy Brown has a couple of visits planned for spring and recently visited UCLA...

Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei offensive lineman Tommy Brown has 16 offers to his name and now the four-star is working on visiting some of the schools that have offered.

Brown has plans to head down South for spring break, along with his quarterback, 2019 four-star quarterback J.T. Daniels, with plans to hit a pair of SEC schools.

"Over spring break, me and my quarterback J.T. are going to Auburn to meet the coaches.  Auburn is a new offer so I want to visit there and see how it is out there," said Brown.  "We're also going to go visit Alabama while we're down there and I'm looking forward to that."

Brown is also planning to get up to the Northwest.

"I'm going up to Washington to visit with the coaches.  I haven't talked with the new offensive line coach (Scott Huff) yet.  I was talking with Coach (Chris) Strausser and he went silent, but now I know why.  So hopefully I'll get to meet with Coach Huff," said Brown.  "Then I'm going to Oregon for their spring game."

Brown has visited two in-state schools and liked both of those trips.

"California has really been in the mix.  I met with the new staff and I like them a lot," said Brown.

And he visited UCLA earlier this month and met with new offensive line coach Hank Fraley.

"Coach Fraley is a really cool guy and he knows what he's doing," said Brown.  "He's really down to earth and honest and I'm excited to get to know him more.  I went up there with my guard, Chris Murray and we had a great time, got to see the campus and meet with the coaches."

Brown would like to get out to Michigan at some point too.

"I still like Michigan a lot and they're up there near the top for me," said Brown.

Brown said he's still not in any hurry to make a decision.

"I want to have the right school for me so I want to take all five official visits and then after that, I'll make a decision," said Brown.

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