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Jordan Brown a blue chip recruit formerly with Woodcreek High School looks to make an impact during his first year in college.
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Jordan Brown a blue chip recruit formerly with Woodcreek High School looks to make an impact during his first year in college.

Former Woodcreek star and 2017 Bee Player of the Year Jordan Brown had 26 points and eight rebounds in the West's 131-128 victory over the East in the McDonald's All-American game on Wednesday in Atlanta.

A 6-foot-11 forward who played at Prolific Prep in Napa this season, Brown had a dunk to give his team a 129-128 lead with 26 seconds remaining in the annual all-star game that draws premier talent from high schools around the country.

Brown, a five-star recruit and rated as California's top prospect, has yet to commit to a college program.

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