Brown looks to remain patient

Jayon Brown has two offers and other than that the Long Beach (Calif.) Poly linebacker said he isn't hearing from many schools.
"Colorado and Colorado State and that's pretty much it," Brown said.
Those two programs have offered Brown, a 6-foot-1, 195-pound three-star linebacker who looked good last weekend at the NIKE Air Strike tournament at Dana Hills.

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Brown said he's had good conversations with Colorado run game coordinator and linebackers coach Brian Cabral but he's not ready to commit yet.
The Long Beach Poly standout said he'd like to wait a little while into his senior year to see which other programs get involved in his recruitment and he wants to talk to some other coaching staffs.
"I think I'm going to take a visit to Colorado during our bye week in the season," Brown said.
"It means a lot that they offered. I like the program and the linebacker tradition there.
"I talk to coach Cabral every week. It's been positive. He tells me how good the school is, the weather and what they're trying to do to build up the team to advance."
But Brown wants to remain patient.
At a recent 7on7 tournament, Brown said he's been hearing from Utah, Washington State and some others so he wants to wait a while to see if his recruitment picks up.
"I'm just waiting to see who else comes in," Brown said. "I want to meet some coaching staffs, too."