Nevada landed a big fish in five-star McDonald’s All-American Jordan Brown, a 6’10 power forward out of California. Brown is a big addition to the Wolfpack whether the Martin twins come back or not. If they are to return you can expect to find Nevada in just about every preseason top 10 poll. Eric Musselman is really bringing in a significant amount of talent to Nevada here recently and the Brown commitment is just extending the trend. Brown is a top 20 recruit and fifth-ranked power forward.
Eric Musselman just picked up the No. 14 player in the @247Sports Composite Rankings. Their HS recruiting class moves into the top 25 & they also two of the best graduate transfers. Nevada reloads.
— Evan Daniels (@EvanDaniels) May 11, 2018
He does most of his work around the basket but will need to bulk up significantly to have the impact he wants at the collegiate level. At just 195 pounds the plays he is accustomed to making will not be available at this level with such a slight frame. Brown has begun to add the ability to stretch out towards the perimeter already developing a nice 15-foot jumper. Brown has a lot of raw tools that should be exciting once developed in addition to the strength he will add in the weight room.