Five-star 2017 linebacker Baron Browning already let the world know when he would be announcing his commitment to a college program. Now, we know at least part of Browning’s official visit schedule for this fall.
Gerry Hamilton of ESPN Insider brings word from the 6-foot-3, 230-pound linebacker, and Browning indicates that he will be visiting both UCLA and Ohio State in the coming months. The senior standout from Kennedale, Texas will be taking in the Michigan-Ohio State game in Columbus on Nov. 26 and, prior to that, Browning will be in Los Angeles for the USC-UCLA battle on Nov. 19.
At this point, Browning is reportedly considering an official visit to Florida State and programs like Michigan (who he will see in Columbus) and Alabama could be in line for officials at some point. Earlier in August, Browning let the world know that he will be announcing his next step on Nov. 29 and that could be good news for Ohio State given the proximity of that announcement to his on-campus visit.
It is still too early to make any firm projections for Baron Browning, but he is one of the ten best players in the Class of 2017 and all eyes will be on his whirlwind tour of some of the best college football programs in the land.