Inland Empire DB makes his choice

Three-star defensive back Aaron Brown (6-1, 185, 4.5) from Corona (Calif.) Roosevelt was one of the best kept secrets from the Inland Empire for the class of 2010 and was somewhat of a sleeper, but one lucky school was ahead of the recruiting curve and landed this versatile and talented defensive back.
"I committed to Nevada," Brown said. "I took a trip there and it was a really nice school and thought it was a really good fit for me.
"The coaches at Nevada are really nice and the players I have met are cool," Brown said. "Nevada had really nice facilities. The facilities are state of the art and they have a really big library so the education process is good too and my mom will like that. Reno is a real nice city it's close to Vegas and the strip is 10 minutes from the school so it should be real fun up there."
Players like Brown have been Nevada's bread and butter during their recent run of solid football and bowl making teams.
The Wolf Pack recruited Brown mainly as a corner and that is the position that he will start his college career at, but if he grows safety isn't out of the question.
Brown earned all-league honors as a senior after accounting for 53 tackles and three interceptions, two of his picks he returned to the house for scores.
The Wolf Pack get a player in Brown, who has size and range, but has the quicks of a 5-10 corner. he's a big, cover corner and is extremely physical who benefited every day in practice by going against two D-I bound wide receivers Tyler Slavin and Austin Hill.
Nevada gets a good one here in Brown.