2013-14: Co-captain ... MAAC Defensive Player of the Year for the third consecutive season ... second team All-MAAC ... second team all-district by NABC ... named to MAAC Championships All-Tournament team ... Division I active leader in career blocked shots ... second all-time in MAAC history in career blocked shots ... finished with 14 points, eight rebounds and five blocked shots in season-opening double-overtime victory at La Salle (11/9) ... posted double-double with 14 points, 13 rebounds and two blocked shots in win at Illinois State (11/20) ... had 12 points on 5-of-7 shooting with seven rebounds and a school-record nine blocked shots vs. Fordham (11/26) ... hit six of nine field goals to finish with 12 points, six rebounds and five blocked shots in conference-opening win at Marist (12/6) ... racked up 10 points, eight rebounds and eight blocked shots to help Jaspers to comeback win over Monmouth (12/8) ... made five of six field goals to finish with season-high 16 points at UNC Wilmington (12/15) ... had eight points, six rebounds and four blocked shots in overtime win vs. Buffalo at Barclays Center (12/21) ... scored 12 points in 17 minutes in win over Fairfield (1/4) ... made five of eight field goals and finished with 13 points and three blocked shots in win over Siena (1/16) ... made seven of ten field goals to post 15 points, along with four rebounds and five blocked shots vs. Quinnipiac (1/26) ... scored 15 points in Manhattan's next game at Iona (1/31), to go along with eight rebounds and five blocked shots ... scored a season-high 22 points and blocked six shots, including an attempted game-winning layup at the buzzer in 78-77 win at Niagara (2/9) ... blocked seven shots in win at Rider (2/13) ... made all five field goals to finish with 10 points and five rebounds in win vs. Niagara (2/16) ... had 12 points and eight rebounds in win at Monmouth (2/19) ... narrowly missed a triple-double with nine points, nine blocked shots and eight rebounds at Siena (2/21) ... had nine points, nine rebounds and four blocked shots in overtime win vs. Iona (2/28) ... posted double-double with 18 points and 10 rebounds in MAAC Championships first-round win over Saint Peter's (3/8) ... made eight of nine field goals to finish with 16 points, nine rebounds and four blocked shots in semifinal win vs. Quinnipiac (3/9) ... converted six of nine field goals and had 15 points in title game victory over Iona (3/10).
2012-13: Co-captain ... MAAC Defensive Player of the Year ... second team All-MAAC selection ... also named to the All-Metropolitan second team finished the regular-season ranked 10th nationally with 3.03 blocks per game... led the MAAC with a 55.6% field goal percentage and ranked fifth with a 7.1 rebounding average at the end of the regular-season... scored in double figures 18 times and led Manhattan in scoring eight times during the regular season ... posted five double-doubles, including an 18-point, 15-rebound outburst at #2 Louisville (11/11) ... made all seven of his shots from the field, grabbed eight rebounds and blocked four shots in win vs. Hofstra (11/21) ... was 9-of-12 from the field to rack up 21 points in 75-55 win over Siena (12/9) ... scored a season-high 25 points and pulled down nine rebounds at Columbia (12/29) ... totaled 16 points, nine rebounds and seven blocked shots at Iona (1/6) ... posted a double-double with 15 points and 11 boards vs. Rider (1/10) ... also had 10 points, 10 rebounds and six blocked shots in win at Rider (1/27) ... had huge game in win over Saint Peter's with 21 points, 10 rebounds and seven blocked shots (2/3) ... went six of six from the field to score 13 points in win over Canisius (2/7) ... poured in 21 points, grabbed 17 rebounds and blocked seven shots in double-overtime triumph over Iona (2/15) ... made seven of 10 from the floor and scored 14 points in first-round win vs. Loyola (3/9).
2011-12: MAAC Defensive Player of the Year, the first player in Manhattan history to receive the honor... ranked 7th overall on ESPN.com's 'top shot blocker in the nation' list... set the program's single season record with 84 blocked shots, which also led the MAAC... led the MAAC and ranked in the top-20 in the nation averaging 2.47 blocks per contest... swatted 51 of his 84 rejections against conference opponents, averaging 2.83 blocks per contest in MAAC games... blocked five or more shots in five games, including a career-high six blocks on two occasions in victories over Saint Peter's (Dec. 4) and Hofstra (Dec. 10)... appeared in all 34 games, starting eight times... averaged 7.9 points, 4.9 rebounds, while leading the Jaspers and ranking second in the MAAC with a .601 field goal percentage... engraved his name into 8th place on the program's single season field goal percentage chart... played an efficient 19.1 minutes per game and was fourth on the team with 166 rebounds... 106 of his 166 rebounds came on the defensive glass... collected 25 steals and dished out 18 assists... scored in double figures 11 times and led the team with four 10+ rebound games... second on the team with three double-doubles... led Manhattan in scoring twice and rebounding six times... scored a season high 17 points in a victory at Iona (1/12)... pulled down a season best 12 rebounds in a win at Rider (12/2)... came off the bench in 16 of 18 conference appearances... averaged 8.2 points and 5.7 rebounds in 19.8 minutes per game against MAAC opponents... posted a team best .574 field goal percentage in league contests, which was the second highest in the MAAC... notched double-doubles in wins over Hofstra (12/10), Iona (1/12) and Marist (1/20).
2010-11: Started 25 of 31 appearances... set a Manhattan freshman record with 68 blocks, which ranks as the Jaspers third highest block total all-time on the single season list... led the MAAC averaging 2.2 blocks per game and averaged a conference best 2.5 in MAAC games... led Manhattan and tied for fifth in the MAAC averaging 7.1 rebounds per contest... finished with a 6.7 scoring average, while leading the Jaspers with a .506 field goal percentage... ranked second in the MAAC averaging 3.7 rebounds per contest... posted eight double-digit rebounding performances... scored in double-figures eight times... recorded four double-doubles coming against Long Island (11/20), Texas A&M (11/26), Florida Atlantic (1/11) and Canisius (1/15)... grabbed a career-high 13 rebounds on two occasions against Long Island (11/20) and Florida Atlantic (1/11)... scored a career-high 20 points and pulled down eight rebounds against Loyola (1/7)... shot a perfect 5-for-5, finishing with 10 points and eight rebounds in a victory over Penn (11/17)... went 6-for-7 from the field scoring 13 points over 38 minutes of action against Siena (3/4) in the MAAC Tournament... led Manhattan in rebounding 12 times and scoring twice... averaged 6.7 points and 6.6 rebounds in MAAC games... made first collegiate start on Thanksgiving Day in the 2010 Old Spice Classic against Wisconsin (11/25)... tied for third on the team with 33 steals and led Manhattan with 116 offensive rebounds.
Before Manhattan: Named 2010 First Team All-PSAL at Transit Tech playing for head coach Michael Perazzo... finished 11th in scoring for PSAL Brooklyn AA as a senior averaging 13.2 points per game... helped guide Transit Tech to the 2010 PSAL semifinals after delivering a double-double (15 points, 12 rebounds) in a second round victory over John F Kennedy... scored 17 points, seven rebounds and had nine blocks in the 2010 PSAL quarterfinal upset of Thomas Jefferson... as a junior ranked sixth in PSAL Brooklyn AA with 10.9 rebounds per game, going along with a 7.3 scoring average... earned team Most Valuable Player honors and named All New York State Class AA as a sophomore and senior... 2010 New York Daily News City Player of the Year finalist... collected All-Brooklyn honors at the conclusion of sophomore, junior and senior campaigns.
Personal: Born June 26, 1992... son of Ronnie Brown and Barbara James... has a brother, Ronnie, and a sister, Amber... majoring in management.