Found December 19, 2011 on ESPN:
PLAYERS: Jabari Brown
TEAMS: Oregon Ducks
Freshman guard Jabari Brown, a top recruit who abruptly left Oregon after starting the first two games of the season, committed to transferring to Missouri on Monday, according to his mother, Fannie.
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