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Road trip still paying off for Browning

Cleveland (Ohio) Glenville offensive guard Bryant Browning is still shouting the praise of the bus trip where the 6-foot-3, 339-pound prospect and the rest of his teammates toured numerous schools together in order to take their recruitment to a new level.
Browning is not one to brag about his scholarship offers even though he has a countless amount in his grasp. Illinois, Wisconsin, Northwestern, Iowa, and Michigan State are just a few. After his bus tour with his team, he got to see some of those schools and some others he hadn't thought about.
It certainly seemed to have paid off.
"It was great," Browning said. "A lot of schools that we went to had offered me scholarships already before the trip so it gave me a better chance to see the school up close, for myself. It just was a great look at the colleges for all of us."
Now, the plan seems clear. Browning, like many of the nation's elite prospects, will narrow things down very slowly after more visits are under his belt.
"I'm thinking after the season or even on Signing Day before I make my decision," Browning said. "I have a few schools that I'm really high on right now like Wisconsin, Northwestern, probably Michigan State with Boston College there too."
Focus right now is set squarely on his senior season where Glenville looks to do some special things.
"I think we're going to take it this year," he said. "We've been working out, getting ready, and it's coming up in a hurry on us."