Jaylen Brown may be the best high school basketball player in the United States, and he lives about an hour from the University of Georgia. Can Mark Fox convince Brown to bring his talents to Athens?
As noted in DawnoftheDawg.com , signing Brown appeared highly unlikely before Brown’s recent visit to UCLA. However, since Brown’s visit to UCLA, Georgia appears on the rise and poised to battle Georgia Tech and Kentucky for Brown’s signature.
According to the 247Sports composite rankings, Brown is the No. 1 player in the state of Georgia, the No. 2 small forward in the nation, and the No. 3 overall recruit in the nation. Adding Brown commit to the Dawgs would immediately turn a very good team into a title contender in both the SEC and the nation.
Luring such a top prospect to your school with the blue blood programs knocking at his door is difficult. Programs with championship traditions and former players filling NBA rosters are what the elite prospect looks for when choosing his eventual one or two year stop in college.
So what can Mark Fox say or do that will make Brown stay home and play ball with the Bulldogs?
There are five advantages Georgia must exploit to sign Jaylen Brown.