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Sport Jordan Brown, 5-star recruit, commits to Nevada

18:26  11 may  2018
18:26  11 may  2018 Source:   sbnation.com

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The last uncommitted five - star recruit in the class of 2018 is finally off the board. Jordan Brown , a 6’10 big man out of California, committed to Brown will give Nevada the type of true big man it lacked last season. He’s a dependable inside scorer who can finish in the post or hit a mid-range jump

Five - star recruit and McDonald's All-American Jordan Brown announced his decision to attend Nevada on Friday. “It honestly felt like it would be a Brown took three unofficial visits to Nevada and one official visit to Cal. He was also reportedly considering UCLA and Arizona at some point in his

a man doing a trick on a basketball court© Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports Nevada just landed one of its biggest recruits ever.

The last uncommitted five-star recruit in the class of 2018 is finally off the board. Jordan Brown, a 6’10 big man out of California, committed to Nevada on Friday morning.

Brown is ranked as the No. 11 player in his class by Rivals. He was a McDonald’s All-American and played for the U.S. team in the Nike Hoop Summit.

Cal was thought to be the leader for Brown throughout much of his recruitment. This is possibly the biggest recruiting win in program history for the Wolf Pack.

Nevada reached the Sweet 16 last season and will likely be a top-10 team in the preseason polls if Caleb and Cody Martin decide to return school. Both players are currently testing the waters of the NBA draft without an agent.

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Nevada landed 6-foot-10 Jordan Brown , the No. 31 recruit and the last uncommitted player left in the ESPN 100 for 2018. Jordan Brown , who committed to Nevada on Friday, competed for USA Basketball at the Nike Hoop Summit last month and scored 26 points at the McDonald's All American

That was Jordan Brown , his five - star white whale. Brown and his family sat down to discuss his options. They could end things and commit to Nevada or Cal, two schools they had visited, or use their final official visit to Arizona, a national program in turmoil during the ongoing FBI investigation into

Brown will give Nevada the type of true big man it lacked last season. He’s a dependable inside scorer who can finish in the post or hit a mid-range jump shot. He isn’t considered an elite rim protector, but his size alone will help a Nevada defense that ranked No. 108 in the country in efficiency last season, per KenPom.

Brown’s game is more functional than flashy. He doesn’t have the most exciting mixtape out there, but he’ll give Nevada an interior presence with crafty scoring ability who should be able to contribute right away.

If the Martin twins come back, Nevada is going to be a trendy preseason Final Four pick.

Northwestern revokes the admission of basketball recruit Jordan Lathon .
Jordan Lathon, a major reason why Northwestern's 2018 basketball recruiting class was considered its best ever, will not attend the university. 2 Bank Accounts That Pay 10x What Your Bank Pays Learn More Sponsored by MyFinance The 6-foot-4 guard from Grandview, Mo., had his admission revoked Friday, SB Nation's Inside NU site reported. The school did not announce the reason.A statement by Northwestern spokesman Al Cubbage to Inside NU read: "Northwestern University has revoked its offers of admission and an athletic scholarship for Jordan Lathon, a recruit for the Northwestern men's basketball team.

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