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Oklahoma State record book watch–Brodrick Brown

Gina Mizell Published: June 19, 2012

Continuing our series on where Oklahoma State players could move up in the career record books in 2012.

Previously:
Joseph Randle
Tracy Moore

Up next: Brodrick Brown

Interceptions

Current career total: 7
Current place in OSU record book: N/A

1. 18 Bob Fenimore (1943-46)
T2. 16 Mark Moore (1983-86)
T2. 16 Bill Bredde (1951-53)
4. 14 Melvin Gilliam (1985-88)
T5. 13 Scott Harmon (1990-93)
T5. 13 Greg Johnson (1977-80)
T7. 12 Adam Hinds (1982-84)
T7. 12 Roderick Brown (1981-84)
T7. 12 Chris Rockins (1980-83)
T7. 12 John Gates (1968-70)
T7. 12 Benny Goodwin (1967-69)
T7. 12 James Banfield (1957-60)
T13. 11 Darrent Williams (2001-04)
T13. 11 Mike Clark (1988-91)
T13. 11 Roderick Fisher (1980-83)
T13. 11 Darryll Stewart (1972-73)
T.17 10 Perrish Cox (2006-09)
T17. 10 Rod Smith (1986-89)
T17. 10 John Maisel (1959-60)

If matches 2011 production (5), would move him up to: Tied for seventh

1. 18 Bob Fenimore (1943-46)
T2. 16 Mark Moore (1983-86)
T2. 16 Bill Bredde (1951-53)
4. 14 Melvin Gilliam (1985-88)
T5. 13 Scott Harmon (1990-93)
T5. 13 Greg Johnson (1977-80)
T7. 12 Adam Hinds (1982-84)
T7. 12 Roderick Brown (1981-84)
T7. 12 Chris Rockins (1980-83)
T7. 12 John Gates (1968-70)
T7. 12 Benny Goodwin (1967-69)
T7. 12 James Banfield (1957-60)
T7. 12 Brodrick Brown (2009- )*
T13. 11 Darrent Williams (2001-04)
T13. 11 Mike Clark (1988-91)
T13. 11 Roderick Fisher (1980-83)
T13. 11 Darryll Stewart (1972-73)
T.17 10 Perrish Cox (2006-09)
T17. 10 Rod Smith (1986-89)
T17. 10 John Maisel (1959-60)
*If matches 2011 production

In 2011, Brown became known for much more than “The Play” (when he acrobatically jumped into the Oklahoma sideline and batted the ball to Shaun Lewis for a pick), leading for the team lead with five interceptions while continuing to develop into a shutdown corner. The interception he made against Texas A&M, where he jumped in front of Jeff Fuller, was one of the most impressive plays I’ve ever seen from a defensive back.

This season, Brown will be asked to be a leader of the secondary with Markelle Martin moving onto the NFL. If he can match his 2011 productivity, he will move into the top 10 in OSU history in career interceptions. Not bad for a guy who is listed at 5-foot-8 — which means he’s obviously smaller than that.

Coming soon: Justin Gilbert, Quinn Sharp

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