Moses Brown Plans to Cut List Before End of Live Period; Has UCLA Visit Monday

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New Heights (UAA) 2018 center Moses Brown told D1Vision on Sunday that he plans on cutting his list before the end of the live period.

“I want to cut my list by the end of the live period,” said Brown. “That’s when everything closes down and when school is about to start.”

The final evaluation period ends on July 30, just about two months from today. Brown has yet to officially visit a school and said he hasn’t really been that involved with the coaches.

“I haven’t really been speaking to anybody on the phone but my father has,” explained Brown when asked how recruiting was going. “(It’s) less distracting. Definitely.”

Arizona, Kansas, Florida, UCLA, UConn, Louisville and USC are just a few of the offers Brown currently holds. His first offer was from Saint Peter’s back in April of 2015. Since then, it’s been an onslaught of offers from some of the best programs in the country.

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Although they’ve shown strong interest, blue bloods Kentucky and Duke have yet to officially offer the 7-foot-1 five-star. That doesn’t mean Brown isn’t talking with the schools.

“Coach (John Calipari) said that I remind him of his longer guys, like Willie Cauley-Stein and Anthony Davis,” Brown told SEC Country. “It means that if I just keep working, I can do anything I want.”

“They just want me to accomplish my goals. They want to push me as hard as I can go,” Brown continued. “I never thought I would reach this point. I’ve just been working a lot, and I guess this is what comes with it.”

Brown said he doesn’t know yet if he will take any official visits. Since he’s in Los Angeles, Brown confirmed he will take an unofficial to UCLA on Monday. He will be joined by fellow 2018 recruits Jahvon Quinerly, Naz Reid, Elijah Weaver, and Khavon Moore.

Brown may not cut his list for a couple of months, but he knows exactly what he’s looking for in a school.

“Development, somewhere I can be as good as I could possibly be as a basketball player and off the court, maturing as a man and an individual,” Brown said. “Also, somewhere I could go back and get a degree. I want to be the first kid in my family to get a college degree.”


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