2021 4-star center Javonte Brown sets final three schools
Javonte Brown, a four-star big man out of the 2021 college basketball recruiting class, has narrowed his potential landing spots list down to just three schools.
Brown has officially narrowed down his choice of schools to three according to Jake Weingarten of Stockrisers. The 6-foot-11, 230-pound junior (class of 2021) out of Maryland is down to the Connecticut Huskies, Texas A&M Aggies and Kansas Jayhawks in his recruitment.
Brown has received offers from other powerhouses like Maryland, Arizona, Indiana and Oklahoma among others. He currently attends Mount Saint Joseph High School in Baltimore.
He’s currently ranked as a top 100 player in the country as well as a top five player in the state and top 15 player at his position. All of this according to 247Sports’ rankings. He would surely be a great addition to the recruiting class for any of those schools and would be the first commit for them as it stands now.
Only time will tell which of the Connecticut Huskies, Texas A&M Aggies or Kansas Jayhawks land Javonte Brown.
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