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Florida Football Recruiting: Michigan State hosts George Brown Jr.


2015 athlete George Brown Jr. is one of the most heavily recruited sophomores in the country, and he will take an unofficial visit yesterday to check out the Michigan State Spartans program. Brown will have taken two visits in April after checking out the Kentucky Wildcats last week, and it has certainly been a busy month for one of the elite 2015 recruits in the state of Ohio. He has received nine offers this month, with the two headliners coming from the Florida Gators and West Virginia Mountaineers. Those are two teams to watch for closely in Brown’s recruitment.

He has also received offers from the Arizona State Sun Devils, Syracuse Orange, Baylor Bears, North Carolina Tar Heels, Boston College Eagles, Clemson Tigers, Kansas State Wildcats, in-city Cincinnati Bearcats, Louisville Cardinals, Indiana Hoosiers, Illinois Fighting Illini, Kentucky Wildcats, and Vanderbilt Commodores. Michigan State has not offered yet, but they are one of several major programs with interest in Brown.

Brown’s older brother is an offensive tackle for the Virginia Tech Hokies, and VT has shown some interest in Brown. There is little doubt that Brown is going to be one of the top-rated recruits when the 2015 rankings come out, because he has a huge amount of offers. It’s going to be interesting to see how his visit at Michigan State goes, because he will be able to check out the Spartans spring game with a host of other highly-touted recruits. The 6’6″, 253 pound standout from Colerain High should continue to see some more offers come in as we head into the summer.




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