Corbin Brown, the 6-foot, 170-pound three-star safety from Spring Valley High School in Las Vegas (Nev.), received a scholarship offer from Hawaii in late May as already reported. He already had an offer from Wisconsin.
Brown, ranked No. 61 in the West by Scout.com, plans to attend the Boise State camp from June 17 - 20 and hopes the Broncos end up offering him as well. "They seem really interested and I think they'll offer," Brown said. "They are recruiting me hard and I think after they see me in person they'll offer."
He already attended an Arizona State one-day camp, however the Sun Devils haven't offered yet. "The camp was a great experience," he said. "We did a lot of one-on-one stuff and it was very competitive. I think I did fairly well and it was cool to see my competition. They said they don't really offer defense backs this early, so we'll see what happens this summer."
Brown has also already visited California, UCLA, Colorado and UNLV for junior days or spring games. Growing up, Brown followed the local favorite UNLV. "I was born and raised in Las Vegas and my dad (Greg Brown) played wide receiver there."
Despite his family connections and proximity, the Rebels haven't offered Brown yet either, which he feels is rather odd. "You'd think they'd be my first scholarship offer," Brown said. "I've talked with them and they are interested but they don't really offer the local guys very early. I don't know why, but that seems to be how they do it."
Although the local Rebels haven't offered, Brown says the offer from Hawaii caught him by surprise. "They offered me recently and it was pretty random because I wasn't hearing much from them at all and then all of a sudden they offered," Brown said. "Right now they are recruiting me the hardest."
Brown denies a leader, but favors Hawaii, Arizona State, California, Boise State, Wisconsin and Oregon. "I don’t have any kind of timetable yet," he said. "I just want to take my visits and see what happens. I definitely want to visit Hawaii and Oregon in the fall.
"Oregon has a great program and I really like the Pac-10," Brown said. "They have great coaches and seem like guys that I could get along with well.
"If I don't succeed in football and the NFL, I want to make sure I have a good degree and future," Brown said. "Academics will be important, but it's college and I also want to have fun."
He reports a 3.2 core GPA and a 1430 SAT.