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Five-star center and 7-footer Moses Brown has two powerhouses making him a priority


Moses Brown is one of the best and most coveted recruits in the class of 2018 because he's 7'1" and 210 pounds (for now). He's ranked as the No. 6 overall recruit in the country and the No. 2 center in the country by ESPN. So it's only natural that he has offers from the likes of Kansas, Florida, Louisville, Arizona, UCLA and USC among others.

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He told 247Sports that there's one school in particular that is prioritizing him though and that's Indiana. He mentioned that new coach Archie Miller has been on him a lot and texting a ton.

"Coach has been texting me every day, making me a priority. They say it's somewhere I can play, be one and done and develop," Brown said. He would definitely get the chance to start and star right away for the Hoosiers who are trying to rebuild after Tom Crean was fired this year.


He also mentioned Louisville as a school prioritizing him this summer and has been getting a similar message to what Indiana has been telling him.

"They're definitely making me a priority, too. They have pretty much the same message as everybody else: They want me to come in and have an immediate impact."

He also has offers from Maryland, Michigan, UConn, Oklahoma State and UCLA among others.

Here are some of his highlights: