The summer time can be a lull in the process for some of the nation's bigger prospects and Kenny Brown of Oklahoma City (Okla.) Putnam City North knows that feeling.
However, the 6-foot-3, 185-pound receiver is using that time to look over his four offers from Baylor, Iowa State, Kansas State, and Texas A&M to judge his options. His early morning workout is also something that Brown has been concentrating on this summer before his recruiting process and high school season really gets underway.
"It's been the same thing for a while, but Arkansas is now sending me a lot of stuff," Brown said. "Oklahoma State hasn't offered me yet, but my coach is contacting them to find out what the deal is."
Brown is also staying away from naming any current favorites out there among the many suitors. However, the fact that Arkansas received a commitment from his friend and teammate Myron McKinney, it definitely makes that a special option.
"I mean I would know someone there instead of being there by myself," Brown said. "He was excited about everything like the facilities they had and everything."
"Let's say he's trying to get me there."
As for visits, Kansas State and Texas A&M are the leading candidates for those spots.
"Those two teams are the ones I talk to the most," Brown said. "I talk to coach (Greg) Peterson and coach (Chris) Thurmond a lot and they have always talked to me about taking a trip there."
Brown is rated the No. 15 overall prospect in Oklahoma and is slated for a decision after his senior season.