College Sports Madness Preseason All-Ivy League Third Team at defensive back.
Tied for team lead with eight passes defended ... started eight of the nine games in which he appeared, including the final seven contests ... recorded a season-high five tackles and three pass breakups in the 20-17 victory over Towson, with his last PBU coming during the Tigers’ final drive to help keep them on the outskirts of field goal range ... had two more stops and PBUs the following week at Columbia, knocking down a pass on 2nd down before making a tackle at the line of scrimmage on third down to force a punt ... nearly returned a blocked PAT for a two-point defensive conversion against Harvard, only to come up about 15 yards short of the goal line in what ended up being a 23-21 defeat ... contributed five solo stops to the 17-13 road win at Cornell ... broke up three more passes at Princeton to match a personal best.
Played in each of the first nine games before missing the season finale with an injury ... all eight of his tackles came on kickoff coverages ... twice made two stops in a game — at Penn and Harvard.
Saw action in the first nine games, mostly on special teams ... had three of his four tackles against fourth-ranked New Hampshire, two of which were solo stops on kickoffs ... began Penn game with a stop on a kickoff return at the 20 ... was on the other side of the kickoff game when returning Cornell’s first kickoff 24 yards in the 42-7 triumph.
Will get first look at defensive back but showed his talent on the other side of the ball with 15 catches for 262 yards as a senior ... averaged 17.5 yards per catch with three touchdowns ... helped University School to a 10-2 record and the district title as a senior ... a talented athlete who lettered in football, baseball, basketball and track.
Majoring in sociology ... full name is Jarius James Brown ... born on March 28, 1996, in Hollywood, Florida ... son of James and Denise Brown has one brother and one sister ... father was a two-time all-conference selection at Colgate and was the third-leading receiver in school history when he graduated ... brother also played a year of college ball ... saw snow for the first time as a Dartmouth student.
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