The most successful people are generally those that simply enjoy what they do. It's no different for football players, even those playing what is considered by many to be perhaps the least glamorous and subsequently least fun position on the field: offensive lineman. Such is definitely not the case for Terence Brown, however, as he feels he's found a big key to overall success early on.
October 7, 2009
Having been home from his mission for some time now, offensive lineman Terence Brown is more focused than ever when he puts on his helmet and shoulder pads. An integral part of BYU's revamped offensive line, Brown plays with a new perspective and a purpose greater than himself. It's a perspective he's gained since being a missionary on the streets of Maceio, Brazil.
August 18, 2009
TBS caught up with offensive lineman Terence Brown, who was recently joined on the team by his younger brother Rhen after he returned from his mission. Terrance made an impact as a true freshman out of high school by breaking the two-deep roster. Now that Rhen enters the program, he's working his way back into shape as he looks to contribute down the road.
September 23, 2008
Wednesday was a fruitful day for the Cougars on the recruiting front. By the end of the day, three high school athletes had given BYU coaches verbal commitments to play for the Cougars next year. One of those recruits was speedy South Carolina transplant Rhen Brown.
July 1, 2005
Southeastern football powerhouse, Summerville High School in Summerville, South Carolina lost a two-way starter over the off-season when WR/CB Rhen Brown headed west to Alpine, Utah. The move will make it easier for BYU coaches to keep an eye on this speedy prospect.
June 21, 2005
One of the top offensive line recruits from South Carolina who submitted his letter of intent to BYU yesterday plans to pay his own way through school this fall -- on his own volition and dime -- without playing football before his LDS mission.
February 5, 2004