UCLA commit Moses Brown feels like he could’ve ‘dominated’ McDonald’s All-American Game

ATLANTA — UCLA-bound center Moses Brown and the McDonald’s All-American East team came up short in Wednesday’s all-star game. Brown believes the outcome could have been different if he received more playing time.

“I feel like I could’ve did better,” Brown said. “I feel like if I had a little bit more of an opportunity to go out there and show what I can do I would’ve dominated. But it’s all good. I’m happy to be here and it was a great experience.”

The 7-foot center out of Archbishop Molloy High School (Briarwood, NY) scored 11 points and grabbed 5 rebounds in just 13 minutes. Yet the East team lost a close affair 131-128 to the West.

Even though Brown did receive as much playing time on the court, he was appreciative for being the only UCLA Bruin on the court. The future UCLA center was motivated to go out on there and represent for the blue and gold.

“It’s felt good. When I got out there I just know I had to represent.”

Brown headlines a UCLA recruiting class that also features point guard Tyger Campbell, shooting guards Jules Bernard and David Singleton, power forward Shareef O’Neal and center Kenneth Nwuba.

The Bruins’ 2018 recruiting class ranks in the top three by most recruiting services.

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