Winton Woods’ Brown has a leader after visits, and it’s not…

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Winton Woods QB Dominique Brown scored four TDs in the D-II state final. (Photo by Gary Housteau)

Dominique Brown from Winton Woods began last weekend making a
Friday/Saturday official visit to Cincinnati. He then went from his
visit with the Bearcats to a Sunday/Monday official visit to Ohio State. Bucknuts.com caught up with Brown after his busy weekend and asked him who was in front. His answer?


Dominique Brown from Winton Woods began last weekend making a Friday/Saturday official visit to Cincinnati.  He then went from his visit with the Bearcats to a Sunday/Monday official visit to Ohio State.

Bucknuts.com caught up with Brown after his busy weekend and asked him first about his Cincinnati visits.

“It went good,” Brown said.  “I liked it a lot.  Everything was real organized.  The food was great.  The new coaches were real cool.”

However, Brown did not commit to the Bearcats, and next up was Ohio State.

“It went good,” Brown said of his trip to Columbus.  “My host was Kenny (Guiton).  We went out and did stuff.  I saw the facilities.  I saw the academic stuff.  And I had a personal visit with Jim Tressel.”

Cincinnati is recruiting Brown as a quarterback while the Buckeyes are recruiting him as an athlete.

When asked what position the Buckeyes want him to play, Brown said, “They don’t know yet.”

Brown came out of the weekend with a favorite.

“I liked Cincinnati better,” Brown said.  “Overall I liked how organized everything was.  Cincinnati is my favorite over Ohio State.  I’m still looking at Ohio State, but mostly Cincinnati right now.”

Brown plans to take one more official visit before announcing his decision on National Signing Day.

“I’m going to make a visit this weekend,” Brown said.  “Most likely it will be Louisville.”

The 6-foot-2 and 210-pound Brown led Winton Woods to a 13-2 record and the Division II state championship during his senior season.  He ran for 1,998 yards and passed for over 600.

Brown originally committed to Cincinnati, but opened the recruiting process back up when Brian Kelly left the Queen City to take the Notre Dame job.  It now seems likely he goes back to the Bearcats.

Kurelic’s Comment: Brown wants to play quarterback in college and it is not likely that would happen at Ohio State.  The odds are pretty low that he ends up in Columbus.

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