Big George Brown Jr. discusses his upcoming visit to check out the Auburn Tigers.
Even though he has over 40 offers to his credit, Cincinnti Winton Woods lineman George Brown is still looking closely at his hometown school. Brown visited Cincinnati Saturday once again.
One of the most talked about recruits from the state of Ohio is 2015 offensive tackle George Brown. The 6-foot-7 and 260-pound standout from Cincinnati has plenty of options moving forward and just as many offers.
Even though new Penn State head coach James Franklin is quite busy trying to complete his current recruiting class, he is also looking to the future. Franklin offered George Brown, one of Ohio's top 2015 prospects, Saturday night.
George Brown has put together quite an offer list to date for a 2016 prospect, and the Cincinnati Winton Woods product worked out at two different college camps last weekend. Brown checked out Clemson and Ohio State.
Sophomore lineman George Brown is one of Ohio's hottest prospects, receiving nearly 20 offers to date. Last Saturday, Brown was able to visit both Louisville and Kentucky in the same day.
One of the hottest prospects in Ohio is sophomore athlete George Brown, and the Cincinnati Colerain two-way lineman continues to add offers on a weekly basis. Friday's visit to Clemson saw another one added to Brown's list.
With the physical size and athletic ability to play multiple positions, 2015 recruit George Brown has seen early interest from several programs. On Saturday, Brown picked up another offer from an SEC program.
We take an early look at 2015 lineman George Brown out of Cincinnati (OH) Colerain High School.
Cincinnati Colerain is annually one of Ohio's top talent producing high schools, and the roster is loaded once again this season. Sophomore tight end George Brown will be a first-year starter and the physically imposing athlete is already on the recruiting radar.