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Troy Brown

2017 point guard Troy Brown is one of the best players in the class. Read on to see what he says about his recruitment and more.

He may be one of the youngest players in attendance, but there aren’t many more impressive than 6-foot-5, 180-pound Las Vegas Centennial 2017 point guard Troy Brown. “It is a great experience learning from older players and trying to prove the point that I can hang with the best of them,” Brown said. “It’s just a fun experience to compete with some of the best players in the country.” Brown has...

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