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Brown
#3 Quarterback
Dru
Brown
#3 Quarterback
Height 5'11
Weight 191 lbs
Birth Date (Age) 1997-03-21 (27)
Born Palo Alto, CA
School Oklahoma State
Status AMER
Completions 67
Attempts 113
Yards 819
Touchdowns 3

2022: Blue Bombers

Brown took huge steps in his second season with the Blue Bombers and saw his first real action as a professional along the way.
He completed 33 of 50 passes for 452 yards in 2022, throwing for five touchdowns against two interceptions and finishing with a QB-efficiency rating of 111.4
Brown came off the bench in the final moments of the season-opening win over the Ottawa RedBlacks after Zach Collaros was removed from the game by the league’s injury spotter and completed all three of his passes for 51 yards and helping set up a Marc Liegghio field goal in a 19-17 decision.
Brown got his first start on October 15th in B.C. against the Lions after the club had locked up first place in the West Division and completed 28 of 39 passes for 325 yards with three touchdowns against two interceptions in a 40-32 loss.

2021: Blue Bombers

Brown dressed for the final two-regular season games in his rookie campaign for the Blue Bombers. He came off the bench in the regular-season finale loss in Calgary and completed 7-of-14 passes for 49 yards with no touchdowns or interceptions while rushing seven times for 44 yards.

College

Brown played his college ball for both the University of Hawai’i and Oklahoma State, finishing up his collegiate career for the Cowboys in 2019. Named team captain by his teammates that season, Brown appeared in seven games — starting the final three after an injury to starter Spencer Sanders –and completed 67.3 percent of his passes for 810 yards with seven touchdowns against one interception.

Brown was a graduate transfer to OSU in 2018 after two seasons at Hawai’i. He was the recipient of the coach Tom Kaulukukui Offensive Captain Award in 2017 and named one of four team captains prior to the season. During his two seasons with the Rainbow Warriors Brown threw for 5,273 yards with 37 touchdowns and 15 interceptions. He was named MVP of the 2016 Hawai’I Bowl after throwing for four TDs and rushing for another in a 52-35 victory over Middle Tennessee.

Brown played his freshman year at the College of San Mateo in San Mateo, CA and threw for 21 TDs while rushing for six others in being named the team’s MVP.

Seasons

Passing

YEAR TEAM GP COMP ATT YDS TD INT AVG
2021
WPG 2 7 14 49 0 0 3.5
2022
WPG 18 33 50 452 5 2 9.0
2023
WPG 18 62 89 983 9 0 11.0
2024
OTT 4 67 113 819 3 1 7.2
Total
42 169 266 2303 17 3 8.7

Rushing

YEAR TEAM GP CAR YDS TDS AVG LG
2021
WPG 2 7 44 0 6.3 18
2022
WPG 18 19 39 3 2.1 12
2023
WPG 18 11 30 2 2.7 9
2024
OTT 4 6 28 0 4.7 10
Total
42 43 141 5 3.3 18

Game Log

Passing

DATE WEEK OPP COMP ATT YDS TD INT AVG
06-13
2 WPG 20 33 238 1 0 7.2
06-20
3 MTL 21 35 292 1 1 8.3
06-30
4 HAM 24 39 265 1 0 6.8
07-06
5 WPG 2 6 24 0 0 4.0
Total
67 113 819 3 1 6.6

Rushing

DATE WEEK OPP CAR YDS TD AVG LG
06-13
2 WPG 1 1 0 1.0 1
06-20
3 MTL 1 3 0 3.0 3
06-30
4 HAM 2 12 0 6.0 10
07-06
5 WPG 2 12 0 6.0 7
Total
6 28 0 4.0 21

Player Transactions

DATE TEAM ACTION STATUS