|High School:||Forest Park|
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2008-09: A regular member of the Jags’ rotation and a key component in the lineup when ASU “goes small” … The team’s top reserve on the wing and fifth-leading scorer at 5.5 ppg. … The squad’s second-best 3-point shooter in terms of percentage (.425) and the No. 3 long-range bomber in 3-pointers made (34) … Played in all 35 games and logged double-digit minutes in all but two contests … Drilled a career-high five 3-pointers en route to a career-high 22 points vs. Columbus State on Feb. 25 in Christenberry Fieldhouse … Scored in double figures 11 times … Dished out a career-high five assists vs. Georgia Southwestern on Jan. 24 … Snagged three steals at North Georgia in a 107-100 double-overtime win on Jan. 17 … Had a key offensive rebound and putback in 65-64 victory over USC Aiken in Peach Belt Conference Tournament Championship game on March 8 … Helped spark second-half rally and come-from-behind victory over Christian Brothers … Scored 12 points in 22 minutes in Elite Eight national quarterfinal contest at MassMutual Center in Springfield, Mass.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2007-08: Emerged as valuable contributor and regular member of rotation … Only newcomer to make significant impact and play in all 34 games … Averaged 11.8 minutes, 3.1 points and 1.8 rebounds per game … Shot 46.6 percent from the field and 41.9 percent from 3-point range … Led the team in 3-point percentage and ranked sixth in 3-pointers made (18) … Logged double-digit minutes in 23 contests … Scored in double figures once vs. Johnson C. Smith (10 points) … Scored in 23 of 34 games, including a stretch of 10 games in the second half of the season … Pulled down season-high eight rebounds vs. Paine on Dec. 13 … Tallied one block on six different occasions … Played a season-high 23 minutes at Columbus State on Feb. 27 … Made a season-high two 3-pointers on five occasions … Delivered a key three-point play in come-from-behind win over Central Oklahoma in quarterfinals of Elite Eight in Springfield, Mass. … Grabbed a loose ball and scored on driving layup and sank free throw to put ASU ahead by six with 2:47 remaining in second overtime vs. the Bronchos.
HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Forest Park High School in Dumfries, Va. … Earned three letters in basketball for coach Kirby Overmar … Named an All-Cardinal District first-team selection and an All-Area first-team pick … Selected to the All-Northwest Region team and voted team MVP … Helped lead Forest Park to Cardinal District runnerup and led squad to first regional playoff appearance in school history.
PERSONAL: Born on Nov. 8, 1988 in San Antonio, Texas … Son of Lerone and Charlene Brown … Has one sister Kelsey (16) and one brother Nathan (15) … Majoring in Marketing … Enjoys listening to music, hanging with friends, watching TV and eating in his spare time … Goal for the upcoming season is to be able to contribute and learn, have a winning record and earn playing time … Favorite food is chicken … The people he admires the most are his parents … Favorite athlete is Kobe Bryant … Pre-game ritual includes praying … Lists his greatest athletic thrill as dunking on somebody … Favorite movie is Friday … Considers Martin his favorite TV show … His favorite actor is Martin Lawrence … Favorite sport other than basketball is football … Would like to eat dinner with Fancy of the Jamie Foxx show … Lists Lil’ Wayne as his favorite singer/musical group … If he could be any character in a movie, he’d be Eddie Murphy’s character in Boomerang.
Season and Career Highs
Season: 22 vs. Columbus State (02/25/09)
Career: 22 vs. Columbus State (02/25/09)
Season: 6 vs. GCSU (12/15/08)
Career: 8 vs. Paine (12/13/07)
Season: 5 vs. Georgia Southwestern (01/24/09)
Career: 5 vs. Georgia Southwestern (01/24/09)
Season: 1, 5 times, last at Columbus State (02/02/09)
Career: 1, 10 times, last at Columbus State (02/02/09)
Season: 3 at North Georgia (01/17/09)
Career: 3 at North Georgia (01/17/09)
Season: 7 vs. Columbus State (02/25/09)
Career: 7 vs. Columbus State (02/25/09)
Season: 5 vs. Columbus State (02/25/09)
Career: 5 vs. Columbus State (02/25/09)
Season: 3 vs. Columbus State (02/25/09)
Career: 3, twice, last vs. Columbus State (02/25/09)
Season: 30 at West Georgia (12/02/08)
Career: 30 at West Georgia (12/02/08)