Brown, who Scout.com has ranked the #38 player in the country, doesn't have a scholarship offer from the Bruins. That offer very well could come this weekend.
But it's thought that a UCLA scholarship offer could change things very quickly. Brown came to UCLA's campus last week for an unofficial visit and to play in the on-campus pick-up games.
Brown will attend the UCLA/San Diego State football game Saturday at the Rose Bowl as part of his official visit.
The long-held belief is that Brown would favor UCLA heavily if he received a scholarship offer, and that his parents prefer him to stay close to home. If UCLA didn't offer, it's believed Brown would probably opt for Stanford.
He said previously he'd like to take all of his visits and make a decision by late September or October.
Also, Josh Smith, the 6-9 center from Kent (Wash.) Kentwood, will not visit UCLA officially this weekend. The visit will be rescheduled.