Cincinnati (Ohio) Princeton offensive lineman Aaron Brown, one of the country's top offensive tackle prospects, has scheduled three official visits, including one to Ohio State.
The 6-foot-6 and 280 pound Brown will spend a couple of September weekends in the Sunshine state, with a trip to Columbus sandwiched in between.
"He's going to make an official visit to Florida State when they play Miami," Aaron's father George Brown said. "And he has an official visit to Florida when they play Tennessee. He also has a visit set up to Ohio State when they play Texas."
Aaron Brown has not only been busy scheduling official visits, but making unofficial visits as well.
"He's visited a whole lot of schools," George Brown said. "He went to Tennessee, Alabama, Auburn, Ohio State, Florida, Florida State, Cincinnati, West Virginia, Pitt, and Maryland. And he has a photo shoot at Michigan State on Sunday for the U.S Army All-American game.
"All the schools he visited have offered him. He has 38 total scholarship offers now.
"He'll name his top five by the summer. He is going to take his official visits, then have a decision by no later than the fifth game of the season."
In early February George Brown said Ohio State was his son's leader.
"Nothing has changed," George said. "He's going to Ohio State's spring game. He'll be there on April 23."
With visits scheduled to Florida State for the weekend of Sept. 2, Ohio State, Sept. 9, and Florida, Sept, 16, is there any chance Brown will make a decision before taking all five official visits?
"If he goes on an official visit to Ohio State or someplace he likes enough, he could make a commitment while he's there," George Brown said.