Fontana (Calif.) Summit wide receiver Erik Brown was one of the big movers in the revised Rivals250 and you can expect him to visit Washington this summer.
Consistent with what he has said for a while now, Brown told UDUBNation.com early this week that a trip to Seattle is a top priority for the coming weeks.
"Honestly I have nothing set up on the calendar yet but all I do know for sure is me and my mother are definitely planning a trip out to Washington," Brown said. "I haven't been there but I definitely want to see what it's like. It's not on the calendar yet, though."
The 6-foot-2, 170-pound receiver has mostly heard about Washington from the coaches that have been recruiting him.
"Coach [Peter] Sirmon is a great guy and coach [Eric] Kiesau is a great coach," he said. "And of course coach Sark.
"I've talked to coach Kiesau a lot and he hasn't told me I will come in and play, but it's this notion that if I come in and work hard then I definitely have a chance to play as a freshman."
The academic side of U-Dub is also appealing to the four-star receiver.
"I want to major in business and I think their business school is ranked second in the Pac-12. That's definitely a big up for me. It's something I'm very attracted to," he said.
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