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Browning helps Glenville keep rolling

A first-round playoff victory over Euclid has three-star offensive guard Bryant Browning of Cleveland Glenville flying high. The 6-foot-3 ½ and 339-pounder says official visits will have to wait until his senior season is over, and with Glenville that could be quite some time.
"We're doing real good," he said. "We've been playing great all season. We won our first playoff game (Saturday) 46-0. I'm having a good season at offensive tackle. I don't remember giving up any sacks this season."
"I haven't set up any visits yet. I'm focused on the season right now, but hopefully our last game will be for the championship on December 5th. Then I'll take my visits, which probably means I won't commit to anybody until real late."
But there are several teams willing to wait on the nation's No. 17 offensive guard prospect and No. 15 player in Ohio.
"Northwestern, Indiana, Wisconsin, and Ohio State are the four teams I'm focused on," he said. "There's also West Virginia and Michigan State, and I'll probably take a visit to one of those places along with the other four."
Browning has scholarship offers from all of those programs. When it comes time to make a decision he has a few things in mind for what he'll be looking for.
"I am looking for a good position coach, and offensive line coach," he said. "I want the school to have coaches that care about the kids in their education and stuff like that. I also look at the kinds of majors the university is known for being good at."