2015 Camps
Princeton Football BIO
10 Khamal Brown

VIDEO: The Return of Khamal Brown

At Princeton — 2015: returned to the starting lineup at the strong safety position and recorded 40 tackles … ranked second on the team with five pass breakups … had interceptions in wins over both Lehigh and Columbia … made a career-high 11 tackles at Harvard … had six tackles and one breakup in home finale against Yale … earned the Hank Towns Award for mentorship and giving back to the program at the team banquet. 2014: returned to the field after missing 16 games and moved back into the cornerback rotation … made 26 tackles, including 17 solo ones … had one of his best games against Brown, when he recorded an interception and three pass breakups in a home victory … had four tackles in four different games … blocked a field goal attempt at Cornell … had three tackles for loss. 2013: missed entire season after suffering a rupture of an arteriovenous malformation and requiring immediate, life-saving brain surgery. 2012: started first four games of the season before suffering an aneurism between Weeks 4-5 and missed the rest of the season … had season-high eight tackles in opener at Lehigh … recorded first career interception against Georgetown; added a pass breakup in win at Columbia … recorded a tackle for loss in win at Lafayette. 2011: started nine games at cornerback and led all Princeton underclassmen with 51 tackles … recorded 34 solo tackles, second most on the team … averaged 8.5 tackles in final two games … recorded first pass break-up against Cornell … had at least four tackles in seven games and at least seven in four games … season-best nine tackles against Dartmouth.

At The Westminster School — earned all-region honors as a defensive back ... also earned all-area honors ... earned Charlie Brake Award for team MVP ... Northside Neighbor Player of the Week ... also played wide receiver and led team in touchdowns, all-purpose yards and receiving yards ... two-year starter at both wideout and defensive back ... led team to three regional championships ... lettered twice in track ... helped track team to state titles while competing in 400, 4x100 and 4x400 ... member of the National Honor Society.

Personal — born Oct. 29, 1992 ... son of Kevin Brown and Kina Herren ... father is a librarian; mother is a saleswoman ... has three younger siblings, Kendall, Amber and Shalom ... enjoys music and traveling.

Year Tackles (s/a) TFL Sks FF/FL INT BrUp
2011 51 (34/17) 0 0 0/0 0 1
2012 21 (15/6) .5/2 0 0/0 1/5 1
2014 26 (17/9) 3/12 0 0/0 1/16 3
2015 40 (30/10) 1/3 0 1/0 2/24 5
Totals 138 (96/42) 4.5/17 0 1/0 4/45 10
Position: Defensive Back
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 185
Year: Senior
Hometown: Atlanta, Ga.
High School: The Westminster School