Brown Has "Great" Georgia Visit

Brown Has "Great" Georgia Visit

Cincinnati Winton Woods two-way lineman George Brown is one of the top prospects in Ohio for the class of 2015. He holds over 30 offers, including Georgia where he visited this past Saturday.

George Brown is one of the more sought after prospects in Ohio for the class of 2015, and the two-way lineman from Cincinnati Winton Woods holds over 30 scholarship offers to date.

Brown, 6-foot-6, 255-pounds, visited Georgia this past Saturday for their game with South Carolina. Although he was offered by Georgia earlier this year, this was his first trip to check out their program.

"I had a great time at Georgia and I liked everything about it," Brown stated. "I would have to say they are definitely one of the top schools I've visited so far, and they would be right there with the top schools on my list."

"I got to see the campus, which was really great, and speak with the coaches," he added. "I got to meet Coach (Mark) Richt and we spoke for about ten minutes. He is a very nice guy to speak with, and I'm very high on Georgia as a program. I want to come back again for sure at some point, and I loved everything about this visit."

With offers from the likes of Clemson, Florida, LSU, Michigan State, UCLA and West Virginia, Brown is attracting interest from across the country.

"I definitely love SEC football, and they play the best football right now, but I'm not ruling anyone out right now," he explained. "I still have a lot of schools to check out before I start to cut down my list, which should happen sometime after my season ends. All these visits will help me decide exactly what type of school I'm looking for."

"I will be going to visit Kentucky this coming week," Brown said. "The following week I will be going to Florida. I'm also scheduled to visit Michigan State when they play Michigan. I want to go check out LSU and Alabama at some point, but if I don't make it to a game I might try to see both after the season."

Brown is still too young to be able to project what position he will play at the next level. Schools are recruiting him as either an offensive tackle or defensive end. Recommended Stories