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PG recruit Jenna Brown decommits from Notre Dame

One of the top point guard recruits in the country, Jenna Brown, decommitted from Notre Dame, her father, Matt Brown, told ESPNW on Monday.

Brown, the No. 11 prospect for the 2018 class, initially gave a verbal commitment to Notre Dame in January.

Brown helped Team USA claim the bronze medal at the 2016 FIBA U17 world championships. She missed her junior season at The Lovett School (Atlanta) after injuring her knee last summer.

“Jenna just felt that she wasn’t quite sure about Notre Dame,” Matt Brown told ESPNW. “She really likes Muffet [McGraw] and her staff. She did a lot of thinking about it before she decided to reopen her recruitment.”

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Her father added that she is now considering Virginia, Vanderbilt, Georgia Tech and Stanford.

“I would suspect that she makes a decision on her future in the near future,” he said.

The early signing period opens Nov. 8.

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