Las Vegas’ Brown hopes to add more offers

PALO ALTO, Calif. - After a strong performance at this past weekend's Palo Alto NIKE Camp, Las Vegas Spring Valley defensive back Corbin Brown hopes to add more offers.
The 6-foot, 164 pound Brown currently holds an offer from Wisconsin. Brown said Arizona State, Cal, Nevada, UNLV and Illinois are also giving him a hard for an offer at this point.
"UNLV and Nevada didn't recruit me much in the past, but now it's picked up pretty good," Brown said. "They've been text messaging me and calling me quite a bit.
"The UNLV coaches were at the (NIKE Camp) and they really had their eyes on me. They've been on me a lot lately."
This summer, Brown and his father Greg Brown plan to set up a list of schools to visit unofficially.
"We are going to Arizona State for sure," Brown said. "Me and my father still need to sit down and figure out which schools are really interested before I can say where else we're going."
Football is no stranger to the Brown family either. Greg Brown played wide receiver for both UNLV and the Denver Broncos and was known for his blazing speed in the early 70's.
Having a dad with such a strong football background made it pretty easy for Brown to fall in love with the game.
"My dad my played at UNLV and he also played in the NFL for the Denver Broncos," Brown said. "I grew up around the game and I started playing when I was seven. I've always loved football ever since I can remember."
Brown said his two favorite players in the NFL are safeties Ed Reed and John Lynch.
As for schools, Brown said he doesn't have a leader at this point and he continues to keep things wide open.
"I've never really had a dream college," Brown said. "I've always just watched every college team. I grew up around UNLV, but I always kind of wanted to get out of the state. I wouldn't mind going to UNLV, but I really wouldn't say I've ever had a dream college to go to."