Freshman Intro: Jameel Brown

By Pat Lawless

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Freshman guard Jameel Brown has emerged as one of the top guard prospects throughout the country. The Haverford School (P.A.) prospect had a good showing at the Pangos Frosh/Soph All-East Camp. He did a Q&A with HG Insider on his expectations this high school season & more.

Q: How would you say you played here at camp?

A: “It was a fun experience for me. I came out and played with a bunch of Team Final players, players on the east coast and more. It was a good place to compete.”

Q: What are some of the things you set out to do on the floor?

A: “I like to get my teammates involved first and then get mine. That’s basically the motto that I go by.”

Q: What do you see as the next step in your game?

A: “I want to be more of a leader on the court. I want to be more vocal to help my teammates out. I think that’s the next step for me.”

Q: You competed at USA Basketball this fall. What was that experience like for you?

A: “It was a great experience in many ways. I liked being on point in the classrooms and watching film. I just tried to compete out there.”

Q: What excites you about this upcoming season at the Haverford School?

A: “I’m looking forward to this high school for a lot of reasons. I want to make a run in the state championship this year.”

Q: What needs to be done in order for you guys to end up state champions?

A: “We need to play as a team, come together as one and just play hard whenever we are out there.”

Q: What personal goals have you set out for yourself?

A: “Personally, I just want to get better every day and stay in the gym to get the most out of myself.”