Brown talks UCLA visit

UCLA had the biggest prize in the 2015 class on campus in the form of Jaylen Brown this weekend.

It wasn’t the first visit to UCLA for No. 1 overall prospect Jaylen Brown, but the Marietta (Ga.) Wheeler and Game Elite standout made his official visit this weekend, and he came away impressed with what he saw.

The official visit was a good chance for Brown to spend an extending amount of time on campus and become even more familiar with the school. According to Brown the visit went very well.

“The visit was very nice,” said Brown. “My mom really liked the visit as well, and the campus is beautiful.”

One of the highlights for Brown was getting to spend time with UCLA Head Coach Steve Alford as well as the current members of the team.

“Coach Alford is really easy to relate to because he was a great player in college,” explained Brown. “Also the guys on the team are real cool and I had a good time hanging out with them and just spending time.”

Brown closed out by saying the campus and area really made an impression, “The scenery was amazing,” stressed Brown.

In terms of a specific timeframe nothing has changed for Brown. Brown plans on signing in the spring and will do so after the completion of all of his official visits as well as at least a couple of unofficial visits to local schools.

UCLA, Georgia, Georgia Tech, North Carolina, Michigan, Kentucky, and Kansas all remain firmly in the mix for Brown who remains open and has no current leader in the process.

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