2014 — Saw action in six games...logged four mid-season starts at strong safety before sustaining a fractured arm against Samford in a third quarter collision with teammate Reggie Thomas as the two attempted to intercept a pass...injury sidelined him for the Paladins’ final four games...appeared in a pair of early season games, recording two tackles, a forced fumble, and a fumble recovery versus Presbyterian, before earning the first start of his career versus Western Carolina following a concussion sustained by Rodney Anderson...notched six tackles versus WCU...credited with a career high nine stops, forced fumble, and a pass breakup versus South Carolina. 2013 — Credited with playing time in 12 of Furman’s 14 games...contributed primarily as a member of special teams...posted one tackle versus Presbyterian (21-20 win). 2012 — Member of scout team.
High School: 2012 graduate of Seneca (3A) High School...football coach was Wayne Green...played free safety and wide receiver...two-time all-region selection who tallied 63 tackles and four interceptions in keying Seneca to a 9-3 record and state playoff second round appearance in 2011...served as team captain and was named team defensive MVP last fall...earned all-region honors in the triple jump and 4x100m relay in 2011.
Personal: Full name is Thomas Alexander Brown...born April 13, 1994, in Fort Riley, Kansas...son of Robert and Frances Brown...has a brother, Robert, and a sister, Tamara...information technology major.