Anthony Brown has been on the radar of a couple of Big Ten programs, including Michigan and Penn State.

On Thursday, the 4-star Springfield (Oh.) wide receiver unveiled his top 5. The Wolverines and Nittany Lions made the cut, as did Cincinnati, Kentucky, and Oklahoma. Along with that, he told 247Sports’s Allen Trieu that he would make his decision in July.

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Brown has already completed official visits with Cincinnati and Kentucky, stopping by the Bearcats on June 10 before making the trip to Lexington a week later. He did unofficially visit Michigan in March, also attending Penn State’s junior day in January.


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According to 247Sports, Brown is the No. 50 wide receiver in the class of 2023 and the No. 10 player in the state of Ohio, regardless of position. He originally pledged to Minnesota in September before de-committing in February.

Will the Buckeye State wideout end up playing in the Big Ten when it’s all said and done, though?