High School: Example Academy (Frankfort, IL)
Recruiting Status: Signed with Mississippi State (press release)
Notes: previously attended Joliet Catholic Academy (IL)
Recruiting Summary for Jasmine Brown
offers in 2020:
- February: Illinois State (first D-I offer), Illinois
- March: Michigan
- July: Arkansas State
- September: Belmont, Bradley
offers in 2021:
- February: Green Bay, Pitt
- March: Virginia
- April: Clemson, Iowa, Michigan State, Mississippi State (previous staff), Virginia Tech, West Virginia
- May: Butler, Dayton, Minnesota, Northwestern, Ohio State, Seton Hall
- June: George Mason, Northeastern, Xavier
- July: Indiana State, Ole Miss, Notre Dame, Rutgers (previous staff), SMU, Wisconsin
- August: Alabama, DePaul, George Washington, Kansas State, North Carolina, Penn State
- September: Arizona State, Marquette
offers in 2022:
- May: Rutgers (new staff)
- June: West Virginia
- July: Georgetown, Mississippi State (new staff)
August 17, 2022: announced top six schools—Illinois, Iowa, Michigan State, Mississippi State, Pitt, Rutgers (later narrowed to Illinois, Mississippi State, Pitt, Rutgers)
November 4, 2022: committed to Mississippi State
Joliet Catholic sophomore Jasmine Brown goes ‘through the roof’ to earn MVP award at Blue Star All-America Camp (Chicago Tribune, 10/8/2020)
Jason Nichols won nearly 600 games and four state titles during a 20-year career as a head coach at Trinity and Montini. He recently was named the head women’s basketball coach at Morton College.
He knows a thing or 10 about talent.
Nichols was an evaluator of the 60 players who participated at the Blue Star event. He saw everything Brown did during the three days.
“Oh, my God, she was really good,” Nichols said. . . .
“She was so strong for a kid her age. She had such a base on everything she did. Her pullup, midrange jumper was one of the best I’d seen. Her ability to fight through contact and finish at the rim was unbelievable.”
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