Reggie Brown
Reggie  Brown


Carrollton, Ga.

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 195




High School:

1998 USA Today All-USA First Team and Georgia Player of the Year...Parade Magazine All-America Team....Super Prep All-American...Atlanta Journal-Constitution 1998 All-Classification Player of the Year, Class AA Offensive Player of the Year, Top 50 in Georgia, Super Southern 100, 1997 and 1998 All-State Team, and 1998 Super Eleven...1997 and 1998 Georgia Sports Writers Association All-State Team...Macon Telegraph Sweet 16...1998 Carrollton Times Georgian All-Area Player of the Year.....Deep South Recruiting Guide Georgia Player of the Year....Georgia High School Magazine Magnificent Seven...over his four year career Brown's Trojans compiled a record of 50-6, three semi-final appearances, two state title game appearances and the 1998 Class AA State Championship...made 62 catches for 1,046 yards and 10 touchdowns during his senior year.......four year letter winner for basketball team that won three consecutive 6AA Region championships during his sophomore, junior and senior seasons, winning at least 26 games each year...led track and field team to two Class AA state titles sophomore and junior seasons...set all-time Georgia high school long jump record of 24'9Ãf® as a sophomore...High School Coach: Ben Scott.


2000 -- Played in 10 games during season catching 13 passes for 143 yards and one TD...one of four true freshman to play in season openers vs. Georgia Southern catching four passes for 56 yards....caught 40-yard TD pass vs. Kentucky....played in Georgia's 37-14 victory over Virginia in the 2000 Oahu Bowl....

2001 --Solid spring....listed as number two FLK at conclusion of spring drills...was off to a hot start at flanker, catching six balls in Georgia's first three games, with a 23.6 yards-per-return average on kick returns...torn ACL suffered during Arkansas game left him sidelined for the remainder of season...had three grabs for 18 yards vs. Arkansas and a 35-yard kick return...

2002 -- Missed most of spring drills during rehab for knee surgery.....listed as number two FLK at conclusion of spring drills....played in all 14 games including four starts....five receptions for 52 yards vs. Kentucky.....member of team that won Georgia's first SEC championship in 20 years, defeated FSU for Nokia Sugar Bowl title, set school record for most victories in a season (13), and finished with a final national ranking of No. 3.......part of offense that finished as the SEC's top scoring offense (32.14) and passing efficiency offense (138.91).

2003 -- Caught four passes for 78 yards in annual spring G-Day game....listed as number two SE at conclusion of spring drills.....starter in 11 of 13 games played.....the Bulldogs' leading receiver in receptions (44) and receiving yards (563).....also has rushed three times for 64 yards, including a 35-yard scamper on a reverse against LSU in the SEC Championship game.....Georgia's special teams captain for the Middle Tennessee game.... collected seven receptions for 104 yards and two TDs against the Gamecocks en route to earning CBS Player of the Game honors.....sidelined for the Alabama game with an injured hamstring.....topped the 1,000-yard career receiving yardage plateau with two receptions for 55 yards against LSU in the SEC Championship game.....led team in receiving in 34-27 Capital One Bowl overtime victory over Purdue (5 receptions, 99 yards, 1 TD).....part of Georgia team that won 32 games from 2001-03 and ranked among the top five teams nationally in winning percentage during that time....

2004 -- Missed most of spring drills with strained hamstring ....named to pre-season All-SEC second team by SEC Coaches......career best with five catches for 110 yards and two TD's in victory over LSU; also posted seven catches for 107 yards in win over Arkansas...caught three passes for 39 yards in 24-21 Outback Bowl victory over Wisconsin, eclipsing 2000-yard career receiving mark...second in the SEC in Receiving Yards Per Game (71.7) and third in Receptions Per Game (4.42)....led Georgia in receptions for the second straight year with 53 (for 860 yards)....second on team in TD catches with six...athletic TD catch vs. LSU rated No. 3 in top ten plays of the day by ESPN SportsCenter...... All-SEC first team by the Associated Press and the SEC coaches...part of team that has posted 42-10 record from 2001-04 (sixth best in the country), three straight seasons of 10 or more wins, three straight bowl victories, and three consecutive national top six finishes.....Major: Child and Family Development.

Receiving Statistics

Year G/GS Rec. Yards Per/Rec. Per/Gm TD LG
2000 10/0 13 143 11.0 14.3 1 40 UK
2001 3/1 6 47 7.8 15.4 0 18 SC
2002 14/5 23 296 12.9 21.1 2 26 UF
2003 13/11 49 662 13.5 50.9 3 36 USC
2004 12/11 53 840 15.9 71.7 6 51 UF
Totals 52/28 144 2008 13.9 38.6 12 51 UF

Rushing Statistics

Year G/GS Att. Yards Per/Att. Per/Gm TD LG
2002 14/5 1 3 3 0.2 0 3 VU
2003 13/11 4 69 17.2 5.3 0 35 LSU2
2004 12/11 4 35 8.8 3.2 0 14
Total 38/26 9 107 11.8 2.8 0 35 LSU2

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