Originally from Clarkston, Michigan, the 30-year-old has been playing rugby since he was a teenager after discovering the game from a move to South Africa. Upon his return to the US, he continued to chase the oval ball with the Birmingham Buccaneers. Brown caught the attention of the US age-grade coaches and attended a U18’s camp in 2009. The front rower attended Bowling Green University, playing for their successful club side that competed in national championship tournament each year he was there. Brown earned all-conference selections as well as named an honorable mention for the Collegiate All-Americans. Upon graduating, Brown spent time in the United Kingdom with the Glasgow Hawks of the Scottish Premiership. He brought his international experience back to the States, suiting up for Old Blue of New York for three seasons in the American Rugby Premiership competition. Brown joined Rugby New York in 2018 as the Club prepared for its MLR entrance in 2019. After the shortened 2020 season, Brown made a move to Houston to join the SaberCats. While in Texas, he helped coach the Dallas Jesuit High School boys high school team to a Texas State Championship. The 6’0, 225 lbs. hooker brings a well-rounded skill set and rugby IQ to the forward pack of his newest MLR Club.