Cincinnati (Ohio) Princeton offensive lineman Aaron Brown has scheduled all five of his official visits and plans to have his college selection made by early October.
"His first visit is Auburn Sept. 3," Aaron's father George Brown said. "Then he has Ohio State Sept. 10. It's Ohio State versus Texas.
"He has Louisville Sept. 17 when they play Oregon State. Then he has Virginia Tech Sept. 24 when they play Georgia Tech. And the last one is Miami Oct. 1.
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"He might go to Purdue if anything changes in there. It's down to six schools. Those are the schools he likes the most. His decision will come the first week of October.
"Ohio State's still his favorite, but he has to go visit these other schools. I'd say the top two schools are Ohio State and Virginia Tech, but it's all really close.
"He has 60 offers. To come down from 60 to six was a hard decision for a 17 year old. He graduates in December so he has to move on things."
The 6-foot-6 and 292-pound Brown, a four star player, is the No. 4 prospect in the state of Ohio in the Rivals.com player rankings, and the country's No. 8 offensive tackle prospect.
In addition to the recruiting process, Brown has been working hard to get ready for his senior football season.
"He's running a mile everyday," George Brown said. "He had his physical and he's ready to play."