Dwayne Brown


Position: Offensive Linemen

Attended Warren Central High School in his hometown of Indianapolis, Indiana… Played under Head Coach Steve Tutsie as a Warrior... Received a three-star ranking as the 52nd guard recruit in the nation by Scout.com... ESPN.com listed him as a three-star prospect... Named the 22nd-best player in the state of Indiana by 247sports.com... In 2011, helped pave the way for the Warriors running game which averaged 271.6 rushing yards per game, and 43.5 points per game on offense... The Warriors also racked up 3,259 yards rushing and scored 52 touchdowns in 2011... Warren Central went undefeated in 2011 (9-0) and scored at least 50 points in six games…

Attended the Eastern Michigan University during his freshman season in 2014… Did not see game action for the Eagles… Redshirted in order to retain his eligibility…

As a junior at Bethune Cookman, he was named to All-MEAC First Team… Played and started in all 11 games as a redshirt junior along the offensive line for the Wildcats... Helped pave the way for an offensive unit that finished fifth in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) with an average of 341.2 yards/game... Blocked for quarterbacks Larry Brihm Jr. and Akevious Williams in securing the league's third-best passing offense with an average of 215.3 yards/game... Graded out at 92 percent on all assignments throughout the campaign... Saw action on 94 percent of all plays throughout the campaign for the Wildcats offensive unit... Named MEAC Offensive Lineman of the Week (Oct. 2) following BCU’s win over Savannah State… In helping the Wildcats to a 24-12 defeat of the Tigers at home, Brown graded out at 92 percent on all assignments… Saw action on 96 percent of all plays ran against Savannah State… In all, helped anchor an offensive line that paved the way for a season-high 293 rushing yards in the victory… Graded out at 93 percent on all assignments with the Wildcats accumulating 471 yards of total offense in a win at home over Morgan State… Helped anchor the line that saw BCU quarterbacks Larry Brihm and Akevious Williams pass for 383 yards combined through the air… Also helped block for the Cats to amass 365 yards of offense in the Florida Blue Florida Classic win over Florida A&M at Camping World Stadium in Orlando… Graded out at 90 percent on all assignments against the Rattlers…

Playing Career

  • Warren Central High School (2010-2013)
  • Eastern Michigan (2014)
  • Bethune Cookman (2015-2018)

Coaching Career

  • Warren Central High School (2019-Present)

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