Corbin Brown, the 6-foot, 170-pound three-star safety from Spring Valley High School in Las Vegas, Nev., spent his summer attending camps and getting ready for his senior season which begins on Aug. 24 against Granger High School from West Valley City, Utah.
Brown camped at Arizona State, Boise State and USC, however none of them have offered. Instead, he still only has offers from Wisconsin and Hawaii.
"I'm working on setting up a visit with Hawaii now," said Brown, Scout.com's No. 25 safety. "I like the coaches a lot because they seem really honest and the program is great. They said they'll be losing a couple safeties and I'd have an opportunity to come in and play early."
The Warriors, who lead slightly according to Brown, are recruiting him the hardest. "Hawaii is supposed to have a great team this year and I think they'll win the WAC," Brown said. "It would be really big if they could get into a BCS bowl and prove they belong.
"That's one of the things I really like about Wisconsin. They play in the Big Ten against all the top teams," Brown said. "They just have great tradition and a strong defense every year."
While Oregon State hasn't offered Brown yet, he's feeling optimistic about the Beavers' interest. "I've only started hearing from them recently and it seems like a great place," he said. "They have strong academics and the coaches seem like good guys.
"Most of the other schools have told me that they want to see about three or four games from my senior season before they offer me."
Brown does not have a timetable for making a decision. "When I get a feeling for a school, I'll commit," he said. "I won't wait if it feels right."
He reports a 3.2 core GPA and a 1430 SAT (three parts).