In 2011, Brazill set the single season school record for yards receiving (1,146), receptions (74) and touchdowns (11) en route to earning All-MAC honors. He is also the all-time career leader in receptions (189) and yards receiving (2,511). His 18 career touchdowns rank second to Terrence McCrae (19). Brazill closed out the year by surpassing 100 yards receiving in seven of the Bobcats' final 10 games, including Ohio's final game in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl where he recorded 108 yards receiving to earn Most Valuable Player honors to propel the Cats to their first-ever bowl victory.
Started first three games of the year before decided to undergo season-ending leg surgery ... caught 12 passes for 75 yards on the year.
Received 2009 postseason All-America honors from Sporting News (second team), Phil Steele (fourth team) and SI.com (honorable mention)...was the only Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) student-athlete in the nation with three punt returns for touchdowns, averaging 13.46 yards per return, which was the 12th-highest total nationally...recorded the scores on a 72-yarder at Bowling Green, an 87-yarder against Kent State and a 91-yader against Northern Illinois. For his career, Brazill has a school-record four punt returns for touchdowns.
Started all 12 games...Caught 34 passes for 384 yards ands one touchdown (VMI)...Registered a 66-yard punt return for touchdown against Akron...Had a career-high nine receptions for 79 yards versus Northwestern.
Lettered once at Lake Worth ... Caught 23 passes for 615 yards and eight touchdowns in 2006 ... Also played defense, recording 44 tackles and three interceptions ... Named team MVP and earned first-team all-conference accolades ...An All-Palm Beach County selection.
Majoring in Recreation Management...Son of Rena Brazill ... Legal guardians are Charles and Tara Brown.