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06-02-2008, 05:27 PM
Anthony Brown, 6-5 SO SG Ocean View (Calif.) High. Brown has been one of the more intriguing players in his class for a couple years and he's now starting to realize his potential. A baby-faced kid with great length and a nice frame, Brown has a sweet stroke and above-average ball skills. Brown is still not yet done physically and it's hard to say just what level of athlete he'll become. He's very smooth and fluid, though, and plays with the game with a nice sense of pace. He's rarely out of control and he plays with a great demeanor. His ability to pass the ball has really improved in the last year and it's possible he ends up a big point guard someday. Defending quicker, smaller players might be an issue at that position, but his feel and vision are good enough for him to be a primary ball-handler. Right now, he projects as a potential elite prospect in the class. However, his ultimate level, and position, will depend in part on how his body goes. He might get bigger or he could stay the same size. As of today, though, he's among the top few prospects in the west for 2010.

06-02-2008, 05:56 PM
A clip from an April 24th Rival article on "Baby Face"

Brown has yet to garner his first offer, but it's simply a matter of time before they begin rolling in. In addition to Washington, he is receiving recruiting interest from UCLA, Arizona, USC, Texas, Gonzaga, San Diego, Stanford, Indiana, and Arizona State.

"They are not in any order right now, but my top five are Arizona, Washington, Texas, Indiana, and UCLA," said Brown, noting that he most recently spoke with new Indiana head coach Tom Crean and Arizona assistant Miles Simon.