One of the top class of 2018 centers in the country Moses Brown announced his commitment to UCLA yesterday. The New York City native, who goes to Archbishop Molloy High School, believes UCLA prepare him to reach his goal.
“I felt UCLA was the best place for me to go and develop my skill set,” said Brown. “The Pac-12 is an awesome conference. I can see myself doing really well there and it will prepare myself for the next level.”
As the process went along, he got a better feeling about the Bruins.
“I just felt like UCLA was just it and then I knew it was it.” he said. “I felt like I could go there and get better and not have to worry about anything else.”
One win this season made Brown certain that UCLA was the school for him.
“When I saw them play and beat Kentucky,” Brown said. “I just saw them play and felt like they have a lot of fun on the court. I knew I wanted to go there and play. I also liked seeing all of the great history with John Wooden when I went on my visit.”
Brown only has a couple of goals in mind for next year at UCLA.
“I just want to help my team and prepare myself for the NBA so I’m just going to trust the process.”