Nate Brown earns Vanderbilt offer

2014 WR Nate Brown

After an impressive junior showing at North Gwinnett High School (GA), receiver Nate Brown has received his first college football offer. Brown discusses his recruitment, including the schools he'd like to visit in the months to come.

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Although the offer came days ago, 2014 WR Nate Brown learned Thursday that his interest in Vanderbilt is mutual.

"I guess Vandy offered me a little while ago, but my coaches didn't tell me about it until today," Brown explained. "They thought I already knew.

"Coach [Charles] Bankins came by my [North Gwinnett High School] today, so I called him afterward to hear about their recruiting process leading into signing day," Brown continued. "He told me they offered me."

The offer from the Commodores is Brown's first.

Brown recently took an unofficial visit to Georgia Tech during the January 18th weekend and learned he is also high on the Jackets' recruiting board.

"Hopefully, [Georgia Tech] will be the second to offer."

Brown has also seen recent interest from Louisville and plans to attend the Cardinals' Junior Day on February 23rd.

Although he's received mail from Florida State, Maryland, North Carolina and Tennessee, Brown has not yet set his summer plans or unofficial visits for the months to come.

"I'll likely be at the showcases, like the Nike Camp and MVP Camp," Brown said. "I haven't made my plans for college camps yet."

As for the school he's waiting to hear from, Brown says the Cardinals from further out west have caught his attention.

"I'd like to be hearing from Stanford," Brown said. "My mom works in California, so I've visited the campus. I went to camp at Stanford last year and I like it a lot."

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