|High School:||Brush HS|
2015 — Few sights were more welcomed during the 2016 spring practices than the return of the former first-team all-conference choice despite his limited status during the majority of off-season workouts . . . Was cleared for contact the latter half of the spring, culminating with three catches for 43 yards in the Spring Game . . . Sat out all of the '15 campaign while rehabilitating a serious leg injury from the 2014 season.
2014 — Emerged from the pack to claim primary tight end honors due to rangy size that's an asset as a receiver as well as his prowess at the line of scrimmage . . . The first-team Pac-12 all-conference honoree finished tied for second-most touchdown receptions on the team (6), despite missing the last five games due to a significant leg injury at Utah . . . Also the recipient of the Duane Cargill Memorial Award as the Ducks' Outstanding Offensive Impact Player as he paced Oregon tight ends with 25 total receptions for 420 yards - the program's most receiving yards by a player at that position in three years . . . Caught a season and career-high five passes for 84 yards and a touchdown at UCLA, then surpassed his single-game receiving yards mark the following week vs. Washington, accumulating 99 yards, including a 66-yard career-long reception, on three catches . . . Led the team in receiving against Wyoming, UCLA and Washington . . . Was credited with receptions in all but one of his 10 appearances.
2013 — Started five of the first nine games after missing the first three games of the year . . . Credited with 10 receptions for 123 yards and two touchdowns during the season, including a career-long 28-yard catch against Utah . . . Enjoyed a trio of multi-catch appearances among his six outings with at least one reception, catching three passes for 17 yards and one score at Stanford and two receptions 42 yards against Utah . . . Added a 1-yard TD grab at Arizona in his most extensive play (58 snaps) of the year.
2012 — Saw action in 12 games, totaling two receptions for 42 yards … Recorded one unassisted tackle in win vs. Colorado … Had one reception for 26 yards in victory over Tennessee Tech … Made one grab in collegiate debut for 16 yards in win vs. Arkansas State, in addition to fielding one kickoff.
BEFORE OREGON — A two-way standout and three-year letterman played in the Offense-Defense All-American Bowl where he was named the West’s offensive MVP . . . Caught 32 passes for 753 yards (23.5 avg.) and 10 touchdowns as a senior, while racking up 12 sacks at defensive end . . . Named second-team all-Ohioan in 2011 . . . His best game on offense came against Normandy High School (Parma, Ohio), where he made seven catches for 173 yards, helping his team to a 34-0 win . . . Also a standout basketball player for the Arcs, averaging 17.4 points, 11 rebounds and three blocks per game his senior year . . . First-team all-conference and MVP as a junior, when he averaged 16.0 points and 14.0 rebounds per contest.
PERSONAL — Parents: Michael Brown and Jeannetta Smith. Family: One sister. High School (Coach): Brush (Rob Atwood), 2012. Major: General Social Science and pre-advertising.
BROWN'S CAREER BESTS
Points scored: 12 [t-58th], vs California, Oct 24, 2014
Touchdowns: 2 [t-41st], vs California, Oct 24, 2014
Receptions: 5, at UCLA, 10/11/14
Receiving yards: 99 [57th], Washington, 10/18/14 (3 receptions)
Receiving TDs: 2 [t-6th], vs California, Oct 24, 2014
Long reception: 66 [t-15th], Washington, 10/18/14
All-purpose yards: 99, Washington, 10/18/14
Kick returns: 1, Arkansas State, 09/01/12; UTAH, 11/16/13
Kick return yards: 5, UTAH, 11/16/13 (1 returns)
Long kick return: 5, UTAH, 11/16/13
Tackles: 1, at Colorado, 10/05/13 (1-0); Colorado, 10/27/12 (1-0)