Five-star recruit Greg Brown committed to play at Texas on Friday afternoon.
The No. 1 power forward in the country made the decision via Instagram live.
"They were the first college to offer me back in the seventh or eight grade," he said. "We built a great relationship for so long."
"It's a legacy and a loyalty to be able to go to Texas like my dad did and mom did and my uncle went there," Brown said.
Brown was quick to make his intentions known for his time on the Forty Acres.
"We are about to go win a Big 12 Championship," he said.
The five-star prospect is ranked the No. 1 power forward in the country and No. 9 overall prospect in the 2020 class according to 247Sports.
Brown looked to be a heavy Texas lean after the university issued what amounted to a vote of confidence in head coach Shaka Smart, giving the former VCU head man at least one more year on the Forty Acres. There was last-minute speculation that he might jump to the newly-formed NBA G-League.
"This is a really hard decision, to be honest.Five schools gave me a great opportunity and the G-League gave me a great opportunity. It was a long process,""
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