After committing last fall, the No. 142 (and rising) player in the 2013 Rivals150 took opened things back up in the spring to make sure he was making the right choice.
Now, after entertaining a group of finalists that included Rhode Island, Providence and Penn State, the 6-foot-2 combo guard from Jersey City (N.J.) St. Anthony is back on board with the Owls.
"Picking Temple was hard and easy at the same time," Brown told Rivals.com. "I really didn't have a bad choice with any of my top four.
"I picked Temple because it's close to home which makes it easier for my family to come see me. Also, I get to play in the Big East in a good backcourt. I also get to be coached by the most underrated coach in the country."
Physical, tough and aggressive on both ends of the floor. Brown is a fundamentally sound player who rarely costs his team with errors. His leadership and defense will get him on the floor early.
"I bring my leadership and toughness to the table from day one that I step on campus," said Brown. "Also, I believe I can be used not only on the defensive end but also the offensive end as well."