Brown ready to hit camp circuit

Shreveport (La.) Calvary Academy 2015 defensive back Shun Brown missed much of June after undergoing toe surgery, but he now has a clean bill of health and is ready to hit a few college campuses.
"LSU called to see if I could go to their camp, Alabama called, and we're going to go to the Arkansas Razorback camp. They sent me a letter wanting me to come to their camp," Brown said. "We're going to hit up all three of them."
The 5-10, 165-pound defender did not go camp-less in June, he was able to make it out to Texas to work with the Longhorn coaching staff.

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"I went to Texas and did a workout with them - footwork and one-on-ones. At the end of June that's when I went. They called so we went out there," Brown said. "They liked me a lot. We did a DB workout with coach Akina and watched film of the DBs that have come through. It was nice. We saw the weight room and the stadium. We got a tour and it was great."
In addition to Arkansas, Alabama, LSU, and Texas, Brown is also receiving interest from Oregon, Wisconsin, Indiana, and Florida State. He has also received offers from Alabama State, Grambling, Texas Southern, and Arkansas-Pine Bluff.
He has also drawn attention at a couple of positions.
"They just say DB because I'm a playmaker so they really haven't told me where I will be at," Brown said. "It doesn't matter to me. I like playing safety or cornerback. It's just whatever the coach needs me at."
When it comes to the colleges showing him interest he has yet to name any leaders but he has noticed a few programs are showing more interest than others at this point.
"I'd say Oklahoma State and Florida State," Brown said. "I call them and my dad is a coach and coaches can talk to coaches so they talk to my dad sometimes. That's all I really know. Texas is showing a lot of interest too. They have a nice stadium and nice everything. It's beautiful."
As for narrowing his choices, he remains patient, but he does have a few thoughts.
"I'm probably going to start narrowing down during football season," Brown said.