“Pretty much everything,” said Brown. “We went down there for a tournament in second grade and I just loved the place and everything about it.”
“He played there as a second grader and ever since, KU was where he wanted to go,” Brown’s father, Courtney told ZAGSBLOG.In terms of what he’s looking for in a school, Brown said he’s prioritizing “the coaches and style of play”. This summer, Brown played on the Nike EYBL Circuit with the Howard Pulley Panthers. “I played alright,” he said. “I started in U16 but moved up to U17. I didn’t get a lot of playing time, but I made the most of it when I was out there.” In three games with Howard Pulley U17, Brown averaged 7 points, 1.7 rebounds, and 1.5 assists per game.
“It helps a lot because all the players are strong, fast, and tough,” said Brown on playing with Howard Pulley. “It’s a good experience.”Follow Jacob on Twitter Follow Adam Zagoria on Twitter And Like ZAGS on Facebook