Recruiting analyst has new prediction for Greg Brown

 Posted by at 10:38 AM on April 14, 2020  Comments Off on Recruiting analyst has new prediction for Greg Brown
Apr 142020
 

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247Sports national recruiting analyst Evan Daniels has logged a new prediction in favor of Texas for five-star forward Greg Brown, the only uncommitted prospect in the 2020 class with a UK scholarship offer.

Brown — a 6-foot-9 recruit from Austin, Texas — has a list that includes UK, Auburn, Memphis, Michigan and Texas, and the hometown Longhorns have become a major favorite in recent weeks. Brown is expected to announce his college decision April 24.

He and five-star guard Jalen Green are the only uncommitted players in the top 50 of the 247Sports composite rankings that are looking at college careers. Brown is No. 9 overall in the class, and Green is No. 3 in those rankings. Green is expected to announce his college decision Friday.

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More Texas predictions in Greg Brown recruitment

 Posted by at 2:43 PM on March 28, 2020  Comments Off on More Texas predictions in Greg Brown recruitment
Mar 282020
 

Greg Brown

There’s no question which school is the favorite in the recruitment of five-star forward Greg Brown. It’s the hometown Texas Longhorns.

Brown — a 6-foot-9 prospect from Austin, Texas and the son of a former Longhorns football standout — has narrowed his college choices to Auburn, Kentucky, Memphis, Michigan and Texas, and he plans to announce a decision April 24.

The Longhorns were seen as the frontrunners early in Brown’s recruitment, but Memphis emerged as a possible favorite more recently and UK and Auburn have often been mentioned as legitimate landing spots.

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Decision date set for UK basketball target Greg Brown

 Posted by at 2:50 PM on March 21, 2020  Comments Off on Decision date set for UK basketball target Greg Brown
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Greg Brown

Five-star basketball prospect Greg Brown will announce his college decision April 24, national recruiting expert Andrew Slater reported Saturday.

Brown — a 6-foot-9 forward from Austin, Texas — has narrowed his recruiting list to Kentucky, Auburn, Memphis, Michigan and Texas, and he’s taken official visits to all five of those schools. Memphis had been seen as a possible favorite in recent months, but — just in the past few days — Slater and fellow national recruiting analyst Corey Evans have logged predictions in favor of Texas, the hometown school.

Brown’s father played football for Texas, and the family has grown especially close to Longhorns Coach Shaka Smart, who it appears will return to the school for his sixth season. Brown is the No. 9 overall player in the 2020 class, according to the 247Sports composite rankings.

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National analyst makes prediction on Greg Brown

 Posted by at 9:05 PM on February 16, 2020  Comments Off on National analyst makes prediction on Greg Brown
Feb 162020
 

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The first 247Sports Crystal Ball prediction by a major national recruiting analyst has been logged for five-star forward Greg Brown, and it didn’t go in favor of Kentucky.

National recruiting expert Andrew Slater put in a pick for Memphis on Brown’s page Sunday, the latest in a line of public predictions in favor of the Tigers.

Rivals.com national analysts Eric Bossi and Corey Evans have also made picks for Brown in favor of Memphis recently.

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National analyst’s new pick for UK target Greg Brown

 Posted by at 9:32 AM on February 4, 2020  Comments Off on National analyst’s new pick for UK target Greg Brown
Feb 042020
 

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Rivals.com national analyst Eric Bossi logged a Future Cast prediction this week for five-star forward Greg Brown, giving the nod to Memphis in his recruitment.

Brown — a 6-foot-9 prospect from Austin, Texas — visited Kentucky last month and is also considering Auburn, Memphis, Michigan and Texas, his hometown school and father’s alma mater. He will take his final official visit this weekend to Michigan.

Texas has long been seen as the favorite in Brown’s recruitment, though the Longhorns have taken a bit of a hit as they continue to struggle in Shaka Smart’s fifth season as coach of the team. Smart’s job security has also come into question.

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Kentucky fans chant for Greg Brown on official visit

 Posted by at 3:54 PM on January 11, 2020  Comments Off on Kentucky fans chant for Greg Brown on official visit
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During a couple of lulls in Kentucky’s 76-67 victory over Alabama on Saturday, there was a clear chant from a handful of fans in the UK student section.

“We want Greg! We want Greg!”

Those chants were directed at Greg Brown, the 6-foot-9 basketball recruit sitting directly behind the Wildcats bench, just a few feet away from the Kentucky students. Brown is ranked by Rivals.com as the No. 7 overall prospect in the class of 2020, making him UK’s top-ranked uncommitted target for that group.

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Analyst predicting Memphis for UK basketball target

 Posted by at 9:50 AM on January 8, 2020  Comments Off on Analyst predicting Memphis for UK basketball target
Jan 082020
 

Greg Brown

Five-star power forward Greg Brown — the top-ranked prospect on UK’s recruiting board for 2020 — is expected in Lexington this weekend for his official visit, but there might be another favorite for his commitment.

Rivals.com national analyst Corey Evans switched his Future Cast prediction from Texas to Memphis this week, shortly after Brown and his family were in Memphis for their official visit. Brown — a 6-foot-9 prospect from Austin, Texas — is the son of a former Longhorns football star and has been widely expected to ultimately pick that school. His other finalists are Auburn and Michigan.

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Top 10 recruit sets official visit to Kentucky

 Posted by at 2:37 PM on September 3, 2019  Comments Off on Top 10 recruit sets official visit to Kentucky
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Greg Brown

Five-star basketball recruit Greg Brown has set his official visit to Kentucky for the weekend of Jan. 10, which means he’s likely to see a UK game early in the Southeastern Conference schedule.

Brown — a 6-foot-9 power forward from Austin, Texas — has already narrowed his list of schools to Kentucky, Auburn, Memphis, North Carolina and Texas, his hometown program. He had already planned to visit UNC for its midnight madness event later this month, and he’s set official visits to Texas for this weekend, Auburn for Nov. 29, and Memphis for Jan. 3.

His schedule of visits indicates he will wait until the spring to officially sign with the college of his choice. The early signing period ends in mid-November.

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