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Nevada transfer Jordan Brown visited Arizona, will visit ASU and Saint Mary’s, per report

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If the Arizona Wildcats don’t land Jordan Brown, maybe their biggest rival will.

The Nevada Wolf Pack transfer will be visiting the Arizona State Sun Devils next weekend, according to Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports.

Brown, who recently visited Arizona, will also be visiting Saint Mary’s and has drawn interest from Kentucky and Texas A&M, per Rothstein.

The former McDonald’s All-American averaged 3.0 points and 2.1 rebounds in 10.1 minutes as a freshman.

The 6-foot-11 Brown will have to sit out a year before having three years of eligibility at his new school should he go through with a transfer. The door remains open for the Roseville, California native to return to Nevada.

Brown chose the Wolf Pack over Arizona and Cal coming out of high school.

Arizona is already two players over the scholarship limit, so adding Brown would create an even more tenuous roster crunch.

Good problem to have though, right?