Will 4-star leave home

It looks like four-star defensive end Keith Browner (6-4, 222, 4.6) from Los Angeles (Calif.) Dorsey could be leaving the area to further his education and his football playing skills.
Browner let know that he plans to take official visits to Arizona State, Oregon, Miami, Oklahoma and Ohio State. All have offered scholies except Oklahoma and Ohio State.
"I would like to go away for schools," Browner said. "I really don't want to stay in the same location. I want to get independent and away from home."
If Browner stays local more than likely he will go to USC. Browner had USC ties that run deep.
"I will keep USC in mind," Browner said. "It's kind of cool when I go over to Heritage Hall; I see pictures of Dad and Uncle on the wall with all the great players in USC history."
Great football bloodlines also run deep in the Browner family. Not only did his father and three Uncles make it to the NFL but his cousin is ex-Florida Gator star offensive lineman Max Starks who is now making his living on Sunday's with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Browner has another cousin, Tim Vaughn, currently a senior to be at Kentucky State, who has a great shot at getting drafted in the NFL in 2006.
Browner an all-city and all-league selection from his defensive end position after registering 48 tackles, 13 sacks, eight tackles for loss, five forced fumbles and five fumble recoveries in 2004.
Besides football, Browner lettered in basketball, baseball, track and swimming. He has recorded 38-inch vertical to go with his great height.
The very athletic Browner is a member of the Rivals250 team for the class of 2006 and made the preseason California Top 100 team landing as the Golden State's No. 27 prospect at any position.