While there was no further comment from Brown, the move could indicate that the Chicago area junior guard is rethinking his position and could return to Michigan State.
Opinions on the MSU standout vary greatly with some experts saying Brown is a mid-first round pick, while others saying he could slip to the second round.
The difference between the two groups is huge.
If Brown is selected anywhere in the first round, he gets a guaranteed three-year contract. A second round selection receives no guarantee.
Regarding Taylor, Izzo once stated, "to be honest, there isn't a day that goes by that I don't feel bad. For us, because it cost us a lot. But for him, even worse. It's one of those sad stories."
Brown has already worked out for the Boston Celtics, Milwaukee Bucks, New Jersey Nets, New York Knicks and Philadelphia 76ers and all were non-committal. All appeared to be more interested in other players who worked out along side Brown.
MSU coach Tom Izzo has worked in concert with Brown's parent to give him solid advice. He does not want to see the junior give up his collegiate eligibility and face an uphill battle like former Spartans point guard Marcus Taylor who went undrafted and never got to the NBA.
Brown would be well-served to be the centerpiece of the Spartans attack in 2006 and solidify his selection as a first round pick in the 2007 NBA draft.
Player entering the NBA pre-draft camp at Brown's shooting guard position include: Morris Almond, Rice; Rashad Anderson, Connecticut; Denham Brown, Connecticut; Taquan Dean, Louisville; Coby Karl, Boise State; Viktor Keyru, Russia; Tarance Kinsey, South Carolina; Chris McCray, Maryland; Dwayne Mitchell, Louisiana-Lafayette; Brad Newley, Australia; J.R. Pinnock, George Washington; Allan Ray, Villanova; Blake Schilb, Loyola-Chicago; Curtis Stinson, Iowa State