Well, scratch that.
Chris Murray of the Reno Gazette-Journal, who was the one that reported Brown would be visiting Nevada, now says Brown has canceled his planned visit.
Update to this story: Jordan Brown has canceled his planned visit to Nevada.https://t.co/yj0Gocu9ix— Chris Murray (@MurrayRGJ) May 5, 2018
There wasn’t a reason given for the change of plans and there’s also no word if Brown plans to reschedule, but this could be good news for Arizona and Cal, which are Brown’s other two finalists.
Brown has one official visit left, having visited Cal, Louisiana-Lafayette, St. John’s, and UCLA so far. If Arizona cannot get Brown on campus, its chances of landing him are obviously slim.
Brown, a McDonald’s All-American, is the No. 17 player in the 2018 class. His father told Adam Zagoria that Brown will pick a school “in the next week or two.”
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