SoCal athlete setting January visit

Defensive back/running back Thaddeus Brown (5-10, 180, 4.41) from Sherman Oaks (Calif.) Notre Dame has three offers on the table and a probable fourth. He has taken one visit and has another scheduled in two.
Brown took an official visit to Boise State already and it went well. Brown is the type of football player that Boise State has made its living off since they became the competitive gold standard for a non-BCS school.
"I've already visited Boise State and it went very well," Brown said. "They showed me around town. It was a small town, but everything you need they have right there and it's convenient.
"Boise State has an awesome coaching staff and the city is nice," Brown said. "I was hosted Jeron Johnson who played at Compton (Calif.) Dominguez. I could definitely see myself living in Boise while I go to school.
"Nevada is trying to set up a visit for me on January 18th," Brown said. "I am being recruited by both Nevada and Boise State to play defensive back.
"Montana called and they're trying to set up a visit with me, too."
Brown has offers on the table from Boise State, Illinois State, and Utah State.
As a senior, Brown was selected first-team all-league as a running back after rushing for 994 yards and 12 rushing touchdowns. As a receiver out of the backfield, Brown had 10 receptions for 156 yards and one touchdown.