Rams enter final week of spring ball
Rams center Richburg impressing coaches
Rams look to continue home win streak against Lobos
Rams go on the road looking to upset No. 22 Broncos
CSU vs. UNLV - Nov. 10, 2012
2012 (Junior): Demonstrated versatility in spring, being used as a wide receiver, tight end, and running back. Ran the ball 33 times for 76 yards and a TD in 12 games. His smash-mouth running technique provides a nice balance with the speed of Chris Nwoke and Donnell Alexander.
2011 (Sophomore): A sure-handed, athletic target, played in all 12 games, with five starts...Had at least one catch over the season's first 10 games, and finished with a grab in 11 of 12 contests...Caught a pass on the season's first offensive snap, at New Mexico (Sept. 3), and went on to record a team-high seven receptions in an important CSU win, after entering the season with just one career grab...Also in Lobos contest, converted a pair of third-downs with timely catches, including a 7-yard catch to the UNM 3-yard line, setting up Chris Nwoke's game-winning go-ahead TD; on his final catch, late in the game, alertly downed himself inbounds to keep the clock running...In Denver loss vs. Colorado (Sept. 17), started again as a slot receiver, and threw a key block to spring Chris Nwoke on a 5-yard run on third-and-1, setting up a TD that cut the Buffs' lead to 21-14...Started again as a slot receiver in exhilarating win at Utah State (Sept. 24), and recorded several key blocks, including a third-and-1 conversion in the opening quarter; also converted a third-and-3 with a 6-yard reception on a second-quarter FG drive that put CSU on the board...In second quarter of loss vs. No. 5 Boise State (Oct. 15), snuck into the flat and was wide-open to register his first career TD reception, a 27-yard pass from TE Crockett Gillmore, who'd caught a lateral...Late in loss at UTEP (Oct. 22), converted a fourth down with a clutch reception...In loss vs. Air Force (Nov. 26), saw his 10-game reception streak end...In season finale vs. Wyoming (Dec. 3), picked up 23 yards on a first-quarter screen.
2010 (Freshman): A reserve fullback, tight end and occasional wide receiver, played in nine games, primarily on special teams, but saw reserve action on offense late in the year...Caught one pass on the year, for 2 yards...In season-opening loss to Colorado (Sept. 4) at Invesco Field, made his college debut, playing on special teams...Played on offense at Nevada (Sept. 11)...Returned to action in 38-14 win vs. New Mexico (Oct. 30), playing on special teams and seeing fourth-quarter action at tight end...In first quarter of loss vs. BYU (Nov. 13), made his first career reception.
2009: Redshirted as a true freshman in his first season of college eligibility.
High School: As a senior, made 78 catches for 1,004 yards...Also added 107 rushing yards and scored 15 touchdowns as the Golden Eagles finished 9-2, reaching the second round of the state playoffs...Named to the Kansas Football Coaches all-state team...Called by the Wichita Eagle one of the top 33 players in all of Kansas...Ranked by Rivals.com as the 12th-best senior prospect in Kansas...Caught nine passes for 131 yards in a 26-19 win over Salina Central in the first round of the playoffs...Head coach was Alan Shuckman...Selected to play in Kansas Shrine Bowl...As a junior, totaled 782 receiving yards and 269 yards rushing, helping the team to an 11-2 record and a state runner-up finish...Earned all-state honors as a junior...Was a first-team Greater Wichita all-city selection in both his junior and senior years, and honorable mention as a sophomore...Ran the 40-yard dash in 4.59 seconds, squatted 465 pounds and had a 35-inch vertical leap...A 2008-09 McDonald's Preseason All-American in basketball, led BCHS to the state finals as a junior, when he was a first-team all-state selection as a point guard...Also received interest from Missouri, Kansas State and Louisville.
Personal: Given name Joseph Scot Brown...Born July 3, 1990, in Wichita, Kan. ...Nicknamed The Judge, after the TV show Judge Joe Brown...Son of Scot and Linda Brown...Has two brothers, one older and one younger, and two sisters, one older, one younger...Dad, Scot, played baseball at Wichita State...His high school also produced CSU and NFL player Mark Bell and Mark's brother, CSU All-American Mike Bell, the second overall selection in the 1979 NFL Draft...Also played AAU basketball with four players that signed FBS Letters of Intent, including the nation's No. 1 overall prospect according to Rivals.com, RB Bryce Brown (no relation)...Before 2011 spring practice, spent an afternoon at the Boys & Girls Club of Larimer County, helping kids with after-school programs...Prior to the 2011 season, helped with Fort Collins kids' summer programs at Before and After School Enrichment (BASE) Camp...In February before the '10 season, interacted with clients at the Hearts and Horses therapeutic riding center, which promotes physical, cognitive, emotional and social well-being for people with special needs, through equine-assisted therapy...For a week during the summer of 2010, helped struggling students with reading at Bacon Elementary in Fort Collins...Majoring in liberal arts...Hometown: Wichita, Kan.