McDonald's All American? Jordan Brown,?the No. 31 recruit in the ESPN 100, committed to the Nevada Wolf Pack on Friday morning. Brown, a 6-foot-10 power forward, was the last remaining uncommitted player left in the ESPN 100 for the 2018 class. He is the highest-ranked recruit to commit to Nevada since Reno native Luke Babbitt pledged to play for his local school in 2008. Brown chose Nevada over Arizona and California, but his recruitment had several twists and turns. UCLA seemed like a likely destination until Shareef O'Neal committed to the Bruins in February. Stanford then emerged as a potential landing spot, but the Cardinal faded. Brown also officially visited St. John's and Louisiana-Lafayette, where his father played, during the course of his recruitment. Brown had 26 points and eight rebounds in the McDonald's All American Game in late March. The Prolific...



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