SOPHOMORE SEASON (2015-16)
Had to sit through the end of the fall semester before becoming eligible after transferring to LSU in January 2015 … Finished the season averaging 11.5 points per game and 5.6 rebounds in 26.9 minutes … Made his LSU debut against Gardner-Webb (12/16) and posted 10 points and five rebounds with three steals in 20 minutes … Went 6-of-8 from the floor against American (12/22) and scored 14 points … Followed with a 19-point game after shooting 8-of-14 against Wake Forest (12/29) … Had his first double-double vs. Kentucky (1/5) with 15 points and 12 rebounds … Scored 18 points in the win over Ole Miss (1/13) … Made the game winning offensive rebound and put back to defeat Arkansas (1/6) and also had his second double-double of the season with 16 points and 12 rebounds … Six straight double figure scoring games from Ole Miss (1/13) through Oklahoma (1/30) to end January … Started February with 13 points at Auburn … His streak of seven straight games scoring double figures was snapped against Mississippi State (2/6) … He and Ben Simmons had a team-high 16 points in the victory over Texas A&M (2/13) after sitting in foul trouble early in the first half … Scored a career-high 21 points vs. Alabama (2/17).
REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON (2014-15)
Transferred to LSU in January 2015 ... Practiced with the Tiger team the remainder of the year ... Continued to practice with team during the pre-season workouts and will be eligible to play after the conclusion of the fall semester and certification of grades ... Was not able to practice with the team or play in the August 2015 trip to Australia.
PRIOR TO LSU
Transferred to LSU after playing at the University of Arizona during the fall of 2014 … Was eligible to practice with the Tigers under transfer rules … Played in eight games at Arizona, hitting 8-of-13 field goal attempts, averaging 3.1 points and 1.1 rebounds … Averaged 7.1 minutes per game … Ranked as the No. 37 overall recruit, the No. 9 power forward and the No. 1 player from Louisiana in his recruiting class by ESPN … Rated as the No. 40 overall recruit in his class by Rivals … Tabbed as the No. 42 overall recruit and No. 8 player at his position by Scout … Ranked as the No. 49 overall recruit and No. 11 power forward in his recruiting class by 247 Sports … Averaged 13.7 points and 8.6 rebounds per game at Findlay Prep (Henderson, Nevada) in 2013-14, helping lead the Pilots to a 31-5 record, a No. 6 final national ranking and an NHSI national semifinal appearance … An NBPA Top 100 Camp, Pangos All-American Camp … An honorable mention MaxPreps Junior All-American in 2013 … Named the 2013 Times-Picayune Large School Player of the Year and ranked atop the 2013 NOLA.com Super 16 … A first-team all-state pick in Louisiana in 2013 after averaging 14.1 points, 11.3 rebounds and 3.0 blocks per game at St. Augustine High School … An honorable mention all-state pick as a sophomore in 2012 after leading St. Augustine to a state runner-up finish … Paced St. Augustine to a state title as a freshman in 2011 … Coached by Jerome Williams at Findlay Prep and Mitchell Johnson at St. Augustine.
Born February 27, 1995 … Parents are Tyra Johnson Brown and Craig Victor, Sr. ... Seven brothers and sisters: Coi Vincent, Darryan Washington, Errol Brown, Eli Brown, Jerwane Smith, Mya Brown, Sambrell Smith ... Major is sports administration ... Favorite food is crawfish pasta ... Decision to come to LSU included “being closer to home; family and food ... Favorite professional basketball player is the Pelicans’ Anthony Davis, which means his favorite team is the New Orleans Pelicans ... Favorite pro athlete outside basketball is Julio Jones.
Top Career Performances
Points: 21 vs. Alabama (2/17/16)
Rebounds: 12, twice
Field Goals Made: 8 vs. Wake Forest (12/29/15)
3 PT FG Game: 1 vs. Gardner-Webb (12/16/15)
Free Throws Made: 9 vs. Kentucky (1/5/16)
Assists: 2, twice
Blocks: 3 versus Arkansas (1/16/16)
Steals: 3, three times
Minutes Played: 37 vs. Wake Forest (12/29/15)
Top Career Scoring Games
1. 21 vs. Alabama (2/17/16)
2. 19 vs. Wake Forest (12/29/15)
3. 18 vs. Ole Miss (1/13/16)
4. 16 vs. Arkansas (1/16/16)
5. 15 vs. Oklahoma (1/30/16)
5. 15 vs. Kentucky (1/16/16)
7. 14 vs. American (12/22/15)
8. 13 at Auburn (2/2/16)
8. 13 vs. Oral Roberts (12/19/15)
9. 11, Five times