One of Nevada's best prospects for the class of 2008 is safety Corbin Brown (6-1, 175, 4.5) from Las Vegas (Nev.) Spring Valley. He currently has two offers on the table and he's getting serious recruiting attention from several other schools.
Brown has offers from Wisconsin and Hawai'i. He is getting serious recruiting attention from Oregon State, Boise State, Nevada and Colorado State.
There's another school that Brown camped at who are showing him some recruiting interest.
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"USC has even been talking to me a bit," Brown said. "I went to USC's skills camp and since then they have been in contact with me.
"I have been contact with (defensive backs) Coach Rocky Seto and I even talked to USC head coach Pete Carroll while I was at the camp.
"They told me they are going to keep an eye on me," Brown said. "They want to see some senior film. They told me to keep up the good work because they are going to continue to keep evaluating me.
"Nevada is also sending me text messages," Brown said. "They want to know what games I want to come and see.
"Oregon State sent me some mail the other day," Brown said. "They told me that I'm on their list of top recruits. I called Oregon State back, but unfortunately everyone is on vacation."
Brown has had a busy off-season taking in everything he can to get the competitive edge. He has been to several junior days, a NIKE Camp and two college camps at Boise State and Arizona State.
"I learned a lot of football at all three camps," Brown said. "I will be able take a lot from my camp experiences that will help me my senior season."
That little bit of information won't be too comforting to an opposing offensive coordinators.
Brown was outstanding as a junior. His performance saw him earn first-team all-state, first-team all-area, first-team all-conference and he was Conference Defensive Player of the Year after racking up 104 tackles and six interceptions.
Brown even strutted his on the offensive side of the ball, and was very productive. He had five touchdown receptions in 2006.