2015 small forward Jaylen Brown is the top uncommitted recruit remaining and he made a step towards his decision on Monday.
The 6’7″ talent from Alpharetta, GA has dropped UCLA from his list and is now down to seven schools, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Kansas, Kentucky, California, North Carolina and Michigan.
According to Scout.com, the Bruins were thought to be the leaders for his services last summer.
The Wheeler High School prospect has been very low key about his decision and has not set a timetable for when the announcement will happen.
When Brown does commit he has the ability to make wonders for a program. His athletic ability is off the charts as he can attack the rim, play lockdown defense, rise above his opponent for rebounds and dunks and can knock down outside shots. He is also a lethal player in transition and some believe he has the potential to be a better college player than number one recruit, Ben Simmons, who is headed to LSU.
Brown has weaknesses like every young high school player as he tends to force shots and lose control. He also has to work on making his jumper more consistent but that can develop at a high major school.
Don’t expect a decision from Brown to happen any time soon though.
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