It's been an up and down recruitment for Las Vegas (Nev.) Spring Valley defensive back Corbin Brown. It all came to end this past week when the standout safety committed to Air Force.
Brown, 6-0, 170 pounds has been one of the state's top safeties since his sophomore year. He's a good athlete with very good football instincts and as he continues to fill out, will become an even more physical player.
Brown though he had ended the process earlier in the year when he committed to Hawaii. Only problem was former Warrior coach June Jones hadn't signed off on the offer to Brown yet and his commitment was later taken off the table.
The athlete tripped to Air Force two weeks ago and then commited just a few days later.
"Corbin couldn't pass up the opportunity for an Ivy League education with D-1 football, and looks forward to coming home every other year to play UNLV," Brown's father Greg said.
"The facilities there are as good as it gets and the life after he finishes will be very rewarding as an academy grad. Corbin is excited and is looking forward to Signing Day."