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31   Jerrod Brown
Jerrod Brown

Auburndale, FL

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Former Seminole first baseman Jerrod Brown joins the Florida State coaching staff in 2005 as a volunteer assistant. The two-time letterwinner is in his first season on head coach Mike Martin's staff and brings with him a resume of individual and team success in the ACC and NCAA Tournament.

Brown was a two-year starter at first base and a two-time All-ACC second team selection in 2002 and 2003 for the Tribe. The Auburndale, FL native was a career .300 hitter in his two seasons in Garnet and Gold while starting 120 of 127 games during his career, scoring 110 runs and collecting 131 hits. He registered 20 doubles, a triple, 11 home runs and 104 RBIs as well. His teams were equally successful as both the 2002 and 2003 squads advanced to the NCAA Super Regionals. Brown won two ACC regular season titles and a conference tournament championship as well.

Brown came to Florida State after a stellar junior college career at Hillsborough Community College where he was a two-time HCC Player of the Year and the 2001 HCC Athlete of the Year. He had a career .350 batting average and 70 RBIs in his two seasons.

The Auburndale High School product was voted team MVP of his high school team his senior year and was a two-time All-County selection. Hit .430 with four home runs and 28 RBIs his senior season. Brown graduated from Florida State with a criminology degree in 2003.

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