Louisville “effectively fired” Rick Pitino on Wednesday, and replaced him with interim coach David Padgett. Arizona, meantime, has indefinitely suspended assistant Book Richardson, who was one of four high-profile Division 1 assistants arrested Tuesday by the FBI. Meantime, Brown enjoyed his Maryland visit. “It was nice, man, it was the best,” Malcolm said. “They would basically let him use his tools as far as putting it on the floor and if he keeps working on it they feel that they can get a lot out of him, more than just the average big man posting up. “They was mostly impressed with the simple fact that he stayed with his AAU team when he had a chance to play with numerous teams that was a lot better. But he stayed with New Heights even though everybody left and there was issues and he had to play with the guys that was playing up. And the fact that he stayed with them, it showed a lot of character and they were impressed with that.” As of now, Brown is in a holding pattern with Maryland leading. “Yes, feeling Maryland,” Malcolm said. “We gonna see what else happens.” The early signing period comes in November, but it remains unclear if Brown will sign then or during the spring. “I’m gonna hold out because there’s so much going on right now,” Malcolm said. “I just gotta let everything air out.” Maryland also has a huge recruiting weekend going on currently as they host guards Eric Ayala and Devon Dotson and wing Keldon Johnson.
Moses Brown a monster ? @Moses_Graham1 pic.twitter.com/uv2yZ1wFzj— Overtime (@overtime) October 1, 2017
Omg Moses Brown you’re a giant ?? @Moses_Graham1 @NewHeightsNYC #StartYourStory pic.twitter.com/QgZ96TGC5C— Overtime (@overtime) April 27, 2017