On April 24, it was confirmed that top high-school prospect, Greg Brown III, would be committing to the Texas Longhorns.
Choosing his fathers alma mater, Brown also revealed that he turned down offers from Kentucky, Auburn, Memphis, and Michigan.
In addition, the five-star recruit reportedly had a $300,000 offer to join the G League’s professional pathway program.
Brown spoke to Sports Illustrated about the G League offer: “My dad talked to the G League for a long time.. it was a great option, but Texas was where I wanted to be.”
The 6-foot-9 forward represented Vandegrift in Austin at the high-school ranks. Recording 3,007 points, 1,493 rebounds, 476 blocks, 188 assists, and 134 steals over a four-year period.
In his senior year, Brown averaged 26.1 points, 13.2 rebounds, and 1.5 assists, and 3.5 blocks per game.
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