Kenneth Brown
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Paramount, Calif.

High School:
St. John Bosco HS '04

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 180

Position:
CB

Major:
Psychology

2008: Started all 12 games at left cornerback... Compiled 28 solo tackles and four assists for 32 total stops... Had a one-yard tackle-for-loss vs. Northern Colorado... Led Aggies with 8 pass breakups, including 3 vs. UNC to earn team's Defensive Player of the Week honors... Repeated that honor after 3 solo tackles, a blocked PAT and PBU vs. Cal Poly... Made season-best 5 tackles each vs. Northern Colorado and North Dakota... Combined with Brock Butler on a 47-yard fumble return after failed field-goal snap vs. Central Arkansas.

2007: Appeared in all 11 games, earning starts against San Jose State and North Dakota State... Posted 25 tackles (14 solos, 11 assists), including 3.5 tackles for losses of 26 yards... Also broke up 4 passes and posted a blocked kick (vs. South Dakota State)... Registered first career sack vs. Portland State, bringing down Brian White for a 9-yard loss... Had 5 total tackles (3 solos, 2 assists) in season finale vs. San Diego... Served on kick return squad, running back 3 kicks for 56 yards, including long of 24.

2006: Played in all 11 games as a reserve cornerback... Recorded 2 total tackles for the year: a solo stop at Youngstown State and an assist vs. Central Arkansas.

2005: Redshirted... Voted Scout Defensive Player of the Week after Eastern Washington game.

ST. JOHN BOSCO HS '05: Selected to All-Serra League first team... Won team's Captains Award and Defensive Back Award... Honored by National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame... Posted 51 tackles and four interceptions as a senior... Played in Al Malaikah Shrine Private vs. Public All-Star Game... Also a standout in track & field, reaching section meet in 4x100 relay, 100- and 200-meter dashes... National Honor Roll member.

PERSONAL: Born in Los Angeles, Calif.... Majoring in psychology... Parents are Kenneth & Chaunda Brown... Related to NFL quarterback Doug Williams and basketball Hall of Famer Bill Russell... Career highlight was returning an interception 80 yards for a TD.