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Author Topic: Trent Brown Pours In 53 In Loss @ Prime Time Event
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Post Trent Brown Pours In 53 In Loss @ Prime Time Event
on: June 17, 2018, 00:34

During the busy playing month of June, 6A state champion Pinnacle High School will be without the services of star guard <strong>Nico Mannion</strong>, who is in Italy for the month.  In his absence, sharp-shooting 6-foot-1 rising senior point guard<strong> Trent Brown </strong>has an opportunity to showcase just how good he is.  On Saturday evening in this weekend's championship game of the<strong> Monarch Sports Prime Time Basketball Tournament</strong>, Brown proved his value - scoring a ridiculous game-high 53 points in his team's narrow loss to Perry High School.

In the loss, Brown connected on (10) three-pointers in the game - proving just how good of a shooter he is, which has numerous college programs in the hunt for him this July.  Brown has grown physically over the past year and is now set to have a big summer performance for himself.  Brown missed much of the high school season this past year due to a back injury, but returned late in the season, just in time to help his team to a state championship.

Brown currently has offers on the table for himself from <strong>University of Illinois-Chicago</strong>, <strong>Northern Colorado</strong>, <strong>Northern Arizona</strong> and <strong>Houston Baptist</strong> heading into July.

Arizona's 2019 class of prospects is very talented and Brown emerged early as a college prospect, after starting consistently at the varsity level as a freshman.  Brown is set to have a stellar high school basketball career, as he will finish as a four-year starter for one of the elite programs in the state of Arizona.

I will be keeping a close eye on Brown this summer, and bring you any recruiting updates on him as they continue to develop.

<strong>Arizona Hoop Review Scouting Report: </strong> Brown is a sharp-shooting guard prospect that excels in his ability to shoot the basketball with excellent range on his shot, while also being able to make players around him better.  Trent is a floor general with the basketball in his hands and enjoys playing on the big stage.  He is a leader with the basketball and is vocal on the floor - something not seen often by young men his age.  He advances the basketball up the floor with the pass, and does not mind defensive pressure of opposing guards.  A very good ball handler and passer that enjoys getting teammates involved in the play.  A good defender.  A tough customer as well, Brown is a solid overall prospect with a nice overall skillset.  The son of an experienced college player/coach, <strong>Mark Brown</strong>.

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