There's been significant scuttlebutt recently surrounding Noah Brown and the chances of a commitment to Ohio State, some stating that it could be imminent following his visit to Columbus last week. Earlier this week he confirmed Ohio State was his leader even after a visit to Vanderbilt and that his decision could be made up within a week or two. The 6-foot-2, 212-pound wide receiver was blown away by his trip to Ohio and many thought the Sparta (N.J.) star had made up his mind.
Well, not so fast he says today.
"I'm not sure when I will decide," Brown told Eleven Warriors via text. "I'm going to take some more visits first. It felt like I was rushing a bit and the process was taking a hold of me instead of me having full control of my recruitment."
Brown said he intends to visit Virginia Tech, South Carolina, Rutgers and possibly even Vanderbilt again. As far as a new timeline for his decision, Brown is not entirely sure.
"It's looking less likely, but it's not entirely out the window," Brown said of the original timeframe, which was to decide before his senior season. "I'm hoping to start some of these other visits within the next two weeks."