Pittsburgh (Pa.) Baldwin running back Dorian Brown is sitting on four scholarships. Many other schools are looking hard at the 5-foot-11, 196-pounder, so what is his next step?
"I've got offers from Duquesne, Navy, Robert Morris and Youngstown State," he said. "I'm looking to see what they have and can provide me. I'm looking to take some visits soon in June."
So far, Brown has visited Penn State, Ohio, Youngstown State and Duquesne. He's also hearing from Michigan, Wisconsin, Virginia, Toledo, Cornell, Nebraska and Pittsburgh.
"They all say they are interested in me, but before they offer they want to see me. They actually want to see me do some running in front of them I guess, see my form."
Brown is uncertain where he'll be headed for camps.
"I'm going to break it down and get a top five schools and then see where I'm interested in and take visits."
As he waits, Brown discussed what he wants in a college.
"I'm looking to major in computer science," he said. "I also want a college that has a good environment for me. Location is not a big deal."
The tailback posted 1,200-yards rushing and 13 touchdowns as a junior last season.
Also, a talented track athlete, he is rated No. 1 in his section in the 400-meter.