Former Texas A&M Center Javonte Brown announces transfer destination
While we wish nothing but the best for every player that has departed Texas A&M’s basketball program after the 2022-2023 season, the hope is that none of them transfer within the SEC, and so far, so good. On Sunday, it was announced that former Aggies reserve center Javonte Brown has transferred to Western Michigan.
In two seasons under head coach Buzz Williams, the 7-footer couldn’t quite find his place among the experienced frontcourt, especially contending with the likes of starting forwards Henry Coleman III and Julius Marble, Brown only averaged 1.7 points and 1.6 rebounds, while only playing a total of 22 minutes last season.
After 31 appearances and 11 starts during the 2021-2022 campaign, Brown’s playing time decline mainly had to do with his general fit in Williams’ physically demanding system; he will join a Broncos program that has only lost one player to the transfer portal, and compete for a starting position for the first time in his collegiate career with two years of eligibility remaining.
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