#32 Paul Brown
Pos: C
Height: 6-7
Weight: 225
Year: SR
Major: Kinesiology & Physical Education
Parents: Paul & Glenis
Birthday: 9/3
Hometown: Kingston, Jamaica
High School: Vauxhall

2012-13: An experienced starter in the post, he’s expected to pick up where he left off last year as the anchor of the defense, regularly blocking or altering shots and rebounding with authority…should end his senior year as the finest shot-blocker in school history…while making solid strides in playing consistently for longer stretches of time, he seems to play his best in crunch time…continues to improve with his back to the basket…a small jump in offensive production would keep defenses honest and give the club more options.

2011-12: Quickly developing into one of the premier defensive forces in the GSAC, the junior pivot altered and blocked shots while anchoring a defense that led the conference in defensive field goal percentage…set a single-season record and paced the GSAC for the second year in a row with 65 blocks, topped by a season-best five rejections vs. Holy Names on 11/10/11…moved to No. 2 on the all-time list with 121 blocks…also paced the club in rebounding, averaging just under seven boards per game…was the fifth-best rebounder in the GSAC…hauled in 10 or more rebounds six times and equaled a career high with 14 against Truett-McConnell (GA) on 3/15/12…posted a trio of double-doubles, highlighted by a 14-point, 12-rebound effort vs. San Diego Christian on 12/17/11.

2010-11: Raw frontcourt talent parlayed strong board play and intimidating defense into 22 starts, including the final 14 games of the season…averaged just under five points per game but led the squad in rebounding (6.4rpg)…posted seven double-figure rebound games, including a season-high 14 boards vs. Simpson on 12/18/10…had a pair of 13-rebound outings…both of those came as part of a pair of double-doubles…he scored 12 points and grabbed 13 rebounds vs. San Diego Christian on 11/23/10 and then went for a season-high 13 points and 13 rebounds vs. Hope International on 1/25/11…led the squad and the GSAC with 56 blocks, the second-highest, single-season total in program history.