Brown favors two Pac-12 teams

Daquawn Brown had a good in-home visit with Washington this past week, he's visiting there next weekend and the Los Angeles Dorsey three-star cornerback said if things go well he might know his college destination.
Washington and Washington State, which also had an in-home with Brown last week, have emerged as the two favorites for the 5-foot-11, 185-pound prospect.
The Huskies could have the slight edge and if his visit goes well then a commitment could be possible.

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"I have a visit on December 7 to Washington," Brown said. "I haven't set up anything after that. Right now it's mainly out of Washington State and Washington right now. Those are my top two schools."
The in-home visit from the Washington coaches especially stuck out to Brown, rated as the No. 63 cornerback in the 2013 class by Rivals.com.
"They gave me some plays and they liked how I drew up certain scenarios," Brown said.
"We were going over their defense and what I would do in certain plays. Our defense is very similar to theirs so they were quizzing me on some plays. They were showing me the academic side of Washington and just all the questions I had were answered. It was cool. My parents liked the coaches.
"After this visit I most likely will know where I want to go."
Washington State cannot be counted out either since Brown has already visited Pullman and the in-home visit went well. The Cougars might have some ground to make up but they're still very much involved in his recruitment.
"It was cool," Brown said. "It was basically the same thing. The coaches were cool from there, too."
A trip to Arizona State had been considered for sometime in December but Brown is unsure whether that will happen. Boise State and UCLA seem to be on the outside of his recruitment.