Sean Brown joined the Pitt men's basketball team in November, 2008 as a walk-on.
A 2004 graduate of Canon-McMillan High School in Canonsburg, Pa. where he lettered in basketball for Head Coach Rick Bell...Three-year letterwinner, two-year starter and two-time team captain...Sidelined for his senior season with a dislocated patella...Played in the Washington Greene County All-Star Game where he scored 18 points and grabbed 11 rebounds...Named McDonald's Player of the Month...Selected as the Washington Observer Reporter "Player to Watch"...Competed at the Five Star Camp...Competed in several AAU tournaments for the Running Rebels and Pittsburgh J.O.T.S.
Born Sean Paul Brown on January 22, 1986 in Pittsburgh, Pa....Son of Darrell Brown and Terri Bush-Brown of Canonsburg, Pa....Father Darrell Brown played basketball at Maryland with Len Elmore and guided the Terrapins to the NIT title in 1972 under coach Lefty Driesell...Uncle Larry Brown played tight end and tackle for the Pittsburgh Steelers during the 1970's...Role model is his mother because of her strength and continued support...Best job ever held: caddy at the Mario Lemieux Golf Invitational...Sneaker collector who has over 500 pairs of shoes from various celebrities...Joined Pitt basketball team as a walk-on in November, 2008...Rooms with teammate Tyrell Biggs...Majors in communications.
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