Not All Is Bad As Bucks Add The Other Corey Brown

By Alex Gleitman on September 13, 2009 at 3:29 pm

While it's still hard to get over last night's loss to the Trojans, there is some good news that came out of the disappointing loss. Impressed with the atmosphere and overall experience on his visit, Corey Brown, a running back from Springfield (PA) Cardinal O'Hara High School, committed to Ohio State, becoming the thirteenth member of the class of 2010, according to multiple media sources.

Brown, 6-0, 185, is a versatile player who can be placed at running back or receiver when he comes to Columbus, but either way is an impressive athlete. He chose the Bucks over offers from Miami (FL), Alabama, Florida, Rutgers, West Virginia, Florida state, and others.

Brown was one of many top prospects in Ohio Stadium on Saturday night to see the Bucks take on USC, but as of now is the only one to commit after making his visit. Expect to hear some more recruiting news as the day unwinds and hopefully some other players were as impressed as Brown was with his experience at The 'Shoe.