West Coast Forward Interested In UCONN

Connecticut has made contact with a West Coast forward

The Connecticut staff continues to make recruiting moves across the country, capitalizing on another National Championship. The great tradition of the Connecticut program is certainly reaching from the East Coast to the West Coast. Recently, Jon Brockman, a 6-foot-7, 250-pound power forward/center from Snohomish High School in the state of Washington praised the Connecticut program because of its success.

Connecticut recently made contact with Brockman, who has told the Insiders Report he is interested. "I am just going to see how it goes with UConn this summer, because that was the first time I had contact with them," Brockman said. "I had gotten a few letters from them before."

North Carolina, Duke, Arizona, UCLA, Washington and Gonzaga are also involved in Brockman's recruiting process. Brockman has scholarship offers from Washington, Gonzaga and UCLA.

Brockman took an unofficial visit on June 21st to Washington. He has already been to the campus of Washington before.

"I've been around the athletic facilities all the time, but I had never seen the full school," Brockman said. "So that was really good to see, the whole campus and everything." He added: "Coach Romar showed me around, so I talked with him quite a bit. Before my visit, I had played in an open gym with Nate Robinson, Brandon Roy and Joel Smith, so I interacted with them as well."


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