Teenagers make bad decisions, heck adults make bad decisions, it is just that simple.
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Driving on a suspended driver’s license and a stop sign violation landed McDonald’s All-American and Georgia Tech Basketball recruiting hopeful Jaylen Brown in jail Wednesday in which $1,300 dollars bond was posted for his release according to ajc.com.
Brown is considered the No.2 senior recruit in the nation and just last week was named Georgia’s Gatorade Boy’s Basketball Player of the Year.
Georgia Tech fans are praying that Brown, who is projected to be a one and done, will play his one collegiate year in The Flats.
The 6-foot-7 forward also has Kentucky, Kansas , North Carolina, and Michigan among others wanting his services.
Brown is slated to play in the McDonald’s All-American game in Chicago next Wednesday.