|High School:||Liberty County HS|
Rion Brown name pronunciation | Rion Brown name pronunciation video
Fast Breaks (2013-14) | Fast Breaks (2011-12)
All-ACC Third Team (Coaches) | All-ACC Third Team (ACSMA)
Update Miami’s Career Records: No. 1 games played (136), No. 6 3-point field goals attempted (523), No. 7 (tied) 3-point field goals made (174), No. 10 minutes played (3,191).
Update Miami’s ACC Career Records: No. 3 minutes played (1,586), No. 4 3-pointers made (91), No. 3 3-pointers attempted (271), No. 5 points scored (566), No. 6 field goals made (194), No. 7 free throws made (87), No. 7 (tied) free throws attempted (121), No. 9 (tied) 3-point percentage (.336), No. 10 assists (65).
No. 28 on Miami’s all-time scoring list ... Started 46 of 136 games ... Averaged 8.3 points, 3.1 rebounds, 1.1 assists, 0.5 steals in 23.5 minutes per game ... Totaled 1,124 points, 423 rebounds, 144 assists, 67 steals in 3,191 minutes ... Hit 40.5 percent (377-930) from field, 33.3 percent (174-523) from three and 74.8 percent (196-262) at free throw line ... In ACC started 18 of 68 games ... Averaged 8.3 points, 3.1 rebounds, 1.0 assists, 0.4 steals in 23.3 minutes ... Totaled 566 points, 209 rebounds, 65 assists, 24 steals in 1,586 minutes ... Connected on 194-470 (41.3%) from field, 91-271 (33.6%) from distance and 87-121 (71.9%) at free throw line ... Scored 93 total points and hit 15 3-pointers in nine ACC Tournament games ... Career highs: 25 points, twice, last at Maryland, 1/29/14; 11 rebounds, twice, last vs. Notre Dame, 2/19/14; 9 assists vs. Texas Southern, 11/14/13; 3 steals, four times, last vs. NC State, 2/8/14; 6 3-point field goals vs. Maryland, 3/2/11; 45 minutes vs. Georgia Southern, 11/11/13.
Brown 2013-14 game-by-game stats
Update Miami’s Season Records: No. 4 minutes played (1,166) ... Update Miami’s ACC Game Records: No. 2 (tied) free throws made (12), No. 2 3-point field goal percentage (.857), No. 3 (tied) field goal percent (.818), No. 3 (tied) 3-point field goals attempted (12), No. 4 (tied) 3-point field goals made (6), No. 5 free throws attempted (13), No. 5 (tied) free throw percentage (.923) ... Update Miami’s ACC Season Records: No. 2 minutes played (640), No. 3 3-point field goals attempted (116), No. 3 (tied) field goals made (100), No. 5 points scored (290), No. 7 free throws made (50), No. 7 3-point field goals made (40), No. 7 (tied) free throws attempted (71) ... In NCAA stats (as of 3/21): No. 72 minutes per game (2,120), No. 93 3-point field goal attempts (199), No. 181 total points (513), No. 212 total 3-point field goal made (63), No. 219 scoring (15.5), No. 227 field goal percentage (43.2) ... In ACC stats: No. 7 field goal percentage (.444), No. 8 scoring (16.1), No. 8 3-point percentage (.345), No. 8 (tied) 3-point FG made per game (2.2), No. 9 minutes played (35.6) ... Third most improved player in ACC in scoring (+9.0), recording 15.4 ppg as senior after just 6.4 in 2013 ... Started 32 of 33 games, only missed start was due to illness ... Led team with 15.5 points and 5.8 rebounds per game ... Averaged 15.5 points, 5.8 rebounds, 2.3 assists, 0.8 steals in 35.3 minutes ... Totaled 513 points, 193 rebounds, 76 assists, 27 steals and 1,166 minutes ... Connected on 43.2 percent (174-403) from field, 31.7 percent (63-199) from distance and 75.6 percent (102-135) at free throw line ... In ACC play averaged 16.1 points, 5.4 rebounds, 1.7 assists in 35.6 minutes ... Started 17 of 18 ACC games ... Totaled 290 points, 97 rebounds, 31 assists and 640 minutes ... Hit 44.4 percent (100-225) from field, 34.5 percent (40-116) from three and 70.4 percent (50-71) at free throw line ... In two ACC Tournament games averaged 18.5 points, 4.5 rebounds in 37.5 minutes, totaling 37 points, nine rebounds and 75 minutes ... Led team in scoring 15 times, and six of last eight games ... Led team in rebounding eight times ... Scored in double digits all but five times, notched 20+ 10 times ... Grabbed 7+ rebounds 13 times ... Posted back-to-back double-doubles at Virginia Tech (12 points, 10 rebounds) and vs. Notre Dame (21 points, 11 rebounds) ... Hit 3-pointer in all but five games, multiple threes in 17 games, including nine-straight games from 1/25 to 2/22 ... Connected on 12-of-13 free throws at Maryland (1/29) …. Assist in all but six games, multiple handouts in 21 outings ... Season highs: 25 points, twice, last at Maryland, 1/29; 11 rebounds, twice, last vs. Notre Dame, 2/19; 9 assists vs. Texas Southern, 11/14; 3 steals, three times, last vs. NC State, 2/8; 5 3-point field goals, twice, last vs. Florida State, 1/15; 45 minutes vs. Georgia Southern, 11/11.
As a Junior (2012-13)
Brown 2012-13 game-by-game stats
Scored 21 points vs. Illinois to tie for fourth-best outing by a Cane in an NCAA tournament game ... Five 3-pointers tie for second-most ... Third-best scoring average in three NCAA tournament games with 11.7 ppg, after hitting nine 3-pointers ... Also averaged 3.7 rebounds ... In ACC tournament averaged 6.3 points and 1.7 rebounds ... In 15 ACC games hit 21 3-pointers, averaging 6.3 points per game ... Led (or tied) the Canes in scoring three times, rebounds twice and steals twice ... Season highs: 22 points twice – vs. Boston College and at Georgia Tech ... 5 3-pointers made twice – vs. Illinois and vs. Boston College; 7 rebounds vs. Jacksonville; 3 assists vs. North Carolina and at Florida Gulf Coast; 2 steals four times.
As a Sophomore (2011-12)
Brown 2011-12 game-by-game stats
Ended the season on a streak of hitting a three-pointer in seven-straight games, which ties for the fourth-longest current streak in theACC... Second on the team in three-point percentage, hitting 41-104 (39.4%) from distance ... Second on the squad with 41 made treys ... Played in 31 games, starting the final three of the season ... Did not play against UNF or Florida Gulf Coast due to illness ... In 19.9 minutes per game, averaged 7.2 points, 2.8 rebounds, 0.5 assists, 0.5 steals ... Hit 42.7 percent from the field, 39.4 from distance and 76.6 at the line overall ... In ACC play, averaged 6.0 points, 2.7 rebounds and 1.0 three-pointer made per game ... Scored in double digits 10 times, including the final four games ... Knocked down multiple threes 10 times, twice hitting four... Knocked down 11 threes in the four postseason games, leading the team with 14.3 points in the ACC Tournament and NIT combined ... In the ACC Tournament was second on the team in scoring with 11.5 ppg, hitting five threes in two games, and had 5.0 rebounds ... Led the team in the NIT with 17.0 points and 35.5 minutes per night, and was second with 6.0 rebounds in the two games ... Shot 47.8 percent from the field, 42.9 percent from long range and 85.7 percent at the line in the NIT ... Led (or tied) for team game highs in scoring three times, steals twice and rebounds once ... Season highs include 18 points vs. Valparaiso, four three-pointers made vs. Valpo and FAU, six rebounds three times, three assists vs. Wake Forest and at Boston College, two steals a trio of times and 37 minutes against Valparaiso.
As a Freshman (2010-11)
Brown 2010-11 game-by-game stats
Played in all 36 games, starting all five contests in the postseason - two in ACC Tournament play and three in the NIT... Averaged 4.4 points and 2.0 rebounds in 16.9 minutes per game... Considered the team's top perimeter defender, with a nice mid-range game and explosive moves to the basket... Strong leaper who can fly up and down the court in the transition game... Saw 15-plus minutes on the hardwood in each of the final 18 games, including a personal ACC-high 30 minutes in a breakout game versus Maryland (3/2)... Versus the Terps, registered career highs in points (19), field goals made (6), three-pointers made (6) and assists (3)... Finished 6-of-7 from long range, becoming the third Cane to convert six threes in a single game this season (Adrian Thomas and Malcolm Grant each did it twice)... His six three-pointers are the most by a Miami freshman in a decade -- since Darius Rice went 7-for-15 from downtown versus Virginia Tech on Jan. 10, 2001... Also had a big game versus Virginia (2/5) - with the Canes trailing five points with 30 seconds remaining in regulation, sank a deep three-pointer from the U logo, and then with Miami down by three, converted all three free throws with just 13 seconds on the clock to send the game into overtime... Finished with eight points -- with those five in the final 30 seconds of regulation, three rebounds and a block in 24 minutes... Pulled down five boards in the NIT quarterfinal at Alabama (3/23) for his third performance with five- plus boards... Despite battling illness, scored seven second-half points for Miami in the NIT second-round victory over Missouri State (3/21), adding three rebounds and a pair of assists... In the NIT-opening win over FAU (3/16), finished with six points -- including a pair of dunks... Hit 3-of-4 from long range in the ACC Tourney opening win over Virginia (3/10), en route to nine points and three rebounds... Dished out a team-high three assists at Georgia Tech (3/6) -- where his father, Tico Brown, played... Grabbed seven rebounds - - just one shy of his career high -- at Florida State (2/26)... Contributed four first-half points and grabbed a rebound in the road win at Boston College (2/23)... Hit a pair of three-pointers en route to eight points and three rebounds versus No. 5/5 Duke (2/13)... Contributed a career-high eight rebounds (doubling his previous season high), five points and an assist off the bench in 22 minutes versus Georgia Tech (2/3)... Saw 21 minutes off the bench at Virginia Tech (1/30), recording seven points and three rebounds, while playing tough defense against the Hokies... Knocked down his first field goal versus an ACC opponent with a three-pointer at NC State (1/23... Posted the second double-figure scoring performance of his young career in the win over McNeese State (11/24), with a team-high 16 points, converting 5-of-7 from the field, a career-high 4-of-6 from long range and 2-of-2 from the line, while grabbing four rebounds and a pair of steals... With that performance, the true freshman became the first Hurricane to lead the team in scoring more than once this season... Contributed on both ends of the court against Rutgers (11/21) with five points, two rebounds and a steal in 21 minutes... Finished with a team- high 17 points versus North Carolina Central (11/19), going 5-9 from the field with a pair of three-pointers, while adding a block and a game-high tying three steals... Hit his first collegiate three-pointer in the season-opening victory over Jacksonville (11/12).
Selected the Class 3-A South Player of the Year by the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association... Listed as a four-star recruit by Rivals and Scout.com... Rated as the No. 15 shooting guard by Scout, No. 47 shooting guard by ESPN and No. 61 nationally by Rivals... Selected as a GHSA State Senior All-Star... As a senior, averaged 22.8 points per game, while shooting 55 percent from the field and 38 percent from beyond the arc... Set school records with a single-game high of 42 points and the single-season record of 660 points... Selected as the WTOC-TV Player of the Week (1/11/10) after that career-high 42-point performance in a win over Burke County... Helped lead his team to the second round of the Georgia 3-A High School State Playoffs... Scored a game-high 28 points (including 10 in the fourth quarter) in a win over West Laurens... Dropped in 28 points for Liberty County in a win over Metter and added 26 points against Bradwell as part of the Gentlemen's Classic Tournament in Statesboro, Ga... Finished with 25 points in Liberty County's win over Thomson... Teammate of Tennessee signee Jordan McRae... Coached by Willie Graham... Played AAU basketball for the Worldwide Renegades.
First name is pronounced Ryan ... Born Sept. 3, 1991 ... Son of Lisa Brown and Tico Brown,who played basketball at Georgia Tech, in the Continental Basketball Association and overseas. Whenhe retired, Tico was the CBA's all-time leading scorer (8,538 points) and was voted to the All-Time CBATeam ... Brother to Tico Brown II ... Majoring in sports administration... Also recruited by Georgia, Alabama and Virginia.