Oklahoma State landed an ESPN 300 prospect, questions arose for Texas, and Kansas continues making inroads in Texas. These, and more, in this week's Big 12 recruiting weekend recap: Biggest commitment: Oklahoma State landed ESPN300 member Louis Brown during his official visit over the weekend.
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Shooting guard Josh Brown (Jersey City, N.J./St. Anthony) announced Monday on SNY.tv that he will play for Temple, just two months after decommitting from the Owls. The 6-foot-3 Brown originally picked Temple in November 2011 but decided to reopen his recruitment before the summer travel season.
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On Tuesday the Temple Owls landed their first recruit from the 2013 class, according to the Courier Post (Cherry Hills, N.J.). 6-foot-5 swingman Kyle Green (Cherry Hill, N.J./Camden Catholic) will be an Owl in 2013-14.
PHILADELPHIA -- In my time coming to the Reebok Breakout Camp, this year's event had the most head coaches in attendance. Upwards of 35 decision-makers, not including over 100 assistants, sat in the bleachers eyeballing this year's crop of campers.
Multiple sources are reporting on Saturday that shooting guard Josh Brown (Jersey City, N.J./St. Anthony) has reopened his recruitment and is no longer committed to Temple. The 6-foot-3, three-star prospect chose the Owls in November 2011.
According to a release issued by the school, South Florida has signed five junior college prospects, all of whom are expected to enroll for the spring semester. The newest Bulls include two offensive linemen, Lawrence Martin (Daytona Beach, Fla.
Junior college cornerback Josh Brown (Lancaster, Texas/Arizona Western College) committed to New Mexico State less than a week ago, but he already has changed his mind and has committed to South Florida, multiple sources report.
Two-star offensive / defensive lineman Josh Brown (Aiken, S.C./South) has accepted an offer from Clemson, multiple sources report. Georgia State and Virginia Military also extended tenders to the 6-foot-4, 270-pound senior.