Ole Miss, UCF stand out for Georgia WR

Ole Miss was the first program to offer Class of 2015 Atlanta (Ga.) Mays wide receiver Tyshawn Brown and even though he's seen a flood of offers this spring, the Rebels remain in good shape.
"They offered me back in the fall before anyone else," said Brown, who now has double-digit offers. "I've been able to visit there twice already and I really like Ole Miss."
Brown is a pure pass catcher and said the Rebels coaching staff has assured him that their offense is the perfect fit.
"I've been talking to Coach Kiffin quite a bit," he said. "He's a defensive coach but he tells me that in their spread offense they really like to throw it around and that's the kind of offense I want to play in."
One of the many schools to offer Brown this spring is UCF. The Knights have been in regular contact since offering and Brown said he's intrigued.
"I've been talking to UCF a lot and I really like the location," he said. "I'm from the South and I don't want to go somewhere cold. I know when you're going to go to college you're going to play in a lot of different places but I like the sunshine."
Brown said the Knights recent success has helped open his eyes to the program.
"I watched them and I saw their quarterback get picked high," he said. " He was also the only one who was willing to go out and throw at the combine and go compete and I liked that. I want to make sure I get down there and see the campus soon."