Updated as of 6/27/2022, scouting report written by Alan Lu.
Classification: Fifth-Year Senior
Projected Draft Range: 2nd Round to Undrafted
Solid finisher around the basket
Fairly good low post scorer
Excels at scoring on the move
Adequate playmaker for his size
Decent shot blocker
Above average athlete
Needs to improve his face-up game
Must extend his shooting range
Not an elite rebounder
Can struggle to handle stronger players
Not an elite shot blocker
Not an elite athlete
Has not seen much playing time in college basketball
Had a disappointing freshman season
Jordan Brown was one of the standouts of the 2018 High School McDonald’s All-American game, as he scored 26 points and collected 8 rebounds in the showcase.
But so far, his draft stock currently seems to be all over the place as some have questioned his skill set on offense, and the consensus seems to be that he will need to add a lot more strength to his thin frame.
It was thought that Brown’s signing was a good addition to Nevada, but he did not play much as a freshman, but he did play better for Arizona before he later decided to transfer to Louisiana-Lafayette. Right now, Brown is an afterthought right now due to his lack of production in college, but if he plays well for his new team, he could be right back in the second round conversation in the future.
ESPN Player Card
24/7 Sports’ Article on Brown Transferring to Arizona
247 Sports’ Article on Brown Transferring to Louisiana-Lafayette
3/28/18 2018 McDonald’s All-American Game
12/7/18 Nevada vs. Arizona State
1/7/21 Arizona vs. USC
1/25/21 Arizona vs. Arizona State
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