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Star junior OL has definite leader

Cincinnati (Ohio) Princeton offensive lineman Aaron Brown was in Columbus on Saturday for Ohio State's junior day. Having already been offered a scholarship by the Buckeyes, Brown met with Ohio State coach Jim Tressel and things went very well.
"We had the visit during the day," Aaron's father George Brown said. "After we saw the (Ohio State-Michigan basketball) game we met with coach Tressel.
"Aaron told coach Tressel Ohio State is definitely his leader. It's up to Ohio State to lose him. Coach Tressel said they aren't going to do that. It was definitely a good visit. And Chris Wells stayed and talked to us after he committed to Ohio State.
"I don't think Aaron will decide anything for awhile, but coach Tressel knows Aaron loves Ohio State. There isn't a close second right now. I just want him to take his time and make a decision."
The 6-foot-6 and 280 pound Brown already has scholarship offers from Ohio State, Purdue, Florida, Maryland, Indiana, Boston College, and Cincinnati.
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