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In the Press: McKinley’s Todd Brown will play pro ball in Holland

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Basketball started taking Todd Brown around the country when he was a kid winning AAU tournaments. Those travels continued throughout his memorable career at McKinley High School and then Wright State University.

“I’ve been pretty much everywhere in America,” Brown said. Starting next week, though, basketball will take him to Europe for the first time in his life. The 6-foot-5 Brown is headed to the Netherlands to play for De Friesland Aris, which is in Leeuwarden.

“I don’t even know what I’m feeling right now,” Brown said Friday while driving from Canton to Dayton to say goodbye to his college teammates and friends.  Click here to read more:


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August 14, 2010 at 9:27 pm

Todd Brown signs one year contract with De Friesland Aris

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Todd Brown, the shooting guard/small foward from Wright State, committed to de Friesland Aris in the dutch top league this week. With Brown, de Friesland Aris secured themself with a winner on their team. He is the only player in the history at Wright State that was part of a 20+ win season every of the four season he played at Wright State.  Furthermore he is the recordholder at Wright State in three point shots made. With his athleticism and versatility he is able to either shoot the ball or bring the ball to the hoop which makes him an offensive threat either way. His senior year he ended with 12,6 ppg and 4,4 rpg, shooting his 3pointers at 38 %.  Coming from a strong defensive program, he can bring a major defensive contribution as well. Scorers1st client Gerad Punch and Todd Brown will form the strong  backcourt of De Friesland Aris.

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July 29, 2010 at 6:32 pm

Todd Brown (Wright State) joins Scorers1st Sportmanagement

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Todd Brown the 6’5″ senior  guard/forward from Wright State inked with Scorers 1st Sportmanagement. Todd has scored over 1400 points in his career at Wright State and shot over 38% from three point range.

In his 4 years at Wright State he was an impact player averaging 23.4 min/game his freshman year and over 30 min/game the following three years. Playing all these minutes at the D1 level has made him a mature offensive player with a strong skill set.

He can score off the dribble as well as from a set position which gives him the ability to create his own shot. His full offensive ability has great upside as he played in a defensive system in college.

His gamefilm is available at

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June 11, 2010 at 9:17 pm