|Hometown:||The Woodlands, Texas|
|High School:||The Woodlands|
Injuries limited him to seven games, yet still ranked fourth on the squad in both receptions (27) and yardage (293) ... caught at least one pass in every game he played ... opened the season as the Big Green’s leading receiver with eight catches for 99 yards and the season’s first score on a seven-yard touchdown reception to help knock off 22nd-ranked New Hampshire, 22-21, for the first time in 40 years ... also had a key grab on fourth down in the fourth quarter that set up the first of two touchdowns in the final five minutes for the come-from-behind victory ... one of his three catches at Holy Cross went for 27 yards and directly led to one of the Big Green’s five touchdowns in a 35-10 road win ... both receptions at Columbia went for first downs, including a season-long 32-yarder ... hauled in five passes in each of final two home games, first against Harvard, then versus Brown.
Tied for team lead with four touchdown grabs, fourth on the team with 255 receiving yards, fifth with 17 receptions ... missed the season opener due to an injury, but caught at least one pass in eight of the last nine contests ... hauled in two passes, each one coming during a touchdown drive, for 14 yards in the 49-7 blowout of Sacred Heart ... both receptions at Penn ended in the end zone, the first a 22-yarder in the second quarter, the second a 30-yarder to start the second half in the 41-20 victory over the Quakers ... continued his touchdown streak the next week with lone catch a 36-yard score to cap the 35-3 homecoming win over Yale ... both grabs at 15th-ranked Harvard turned third downs into first downs, the first a key 12-yarder to help set up the lone Big Green touchdown ... snared a 26-yard toss versus Cornell in a 21-3 triumph ... once again enjoyed playing his namesake, collecting three catches against Brown for 45 yards, including a 24-yard score early in the third quarter during the 34-18 win ... finished the season with a career-high five receptions for 49 yards in the Ivy League title-clinching 17-10 victory over Princeton.
Saw time in six of the games during the fall ... first haul of the season was a seven-yard grab for a first down against Harvard ... caught two more passes the next week in the 42-7 drubbing at Cornell ... snared season-high three throws for 24 yards against Brown to help Big Green post a 44-21 victory.
Quickly graduated to the varsity after solid performances in the first two jayvee contests ... first career reception was a 16-yard gain during a touchdown drive against Bucknell ... finished the game with three catches for 34 yards ... hauled in a key 29-yard toss into the red zone against his namesake during the touchdown drive that gave the Big Green the lead for good late in the third quarter against the Bears.
First-team All-District 14-5A and all-county as a senior ... Class 5A Region II Elite Second Team ... teamed with fellow Dartmouth recruit Chris Warren to give The Woodlands a talented 1-2 punch at wide receiver in an 8-4 season ... team was bi-district champion senior year ... caught 46 passes for 765 yards and nine touchdowns in final season ... averaged 16.7 yards per grab with a long touchdown of 73 yards ... honorable mention Academic All-State.
Government major ... full name is Houston Allen Brown ... born on Dec. 22, 1994 ... son of Jeff and Lacey Brown has one sister ... Woodlands classmate Kolbi Brown playing for Harvard ... enjoys country music.
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