Ole Miss’ A.J. Brown Tabbed as Third-Team AP All-American

By Adam Brown
Sports Editor

A.J. Brown looks for a pass in practice. Photo by Steven Gagliano.

Ole Miss junior wide receiver A.J. Brown was named to the third-team Associated Press All-American team on Monday.

The Starkville, Mississippi native has received this honor for the second straight season.

Brown has re-written the record books in his short three years in Oxford. He stands as the all-time leading receiver in Ole Miss history with 2,984 yards and has 12, 100-yard receiving performances during his career, also a program record.

Brown was named first-team All-SEC by the Associated Press last week and was also voted to the coaches’ all-conference first team.

During his tenure he amassed 1,320 yards in 2018, breaking his own single-season school record of 1,252, set last season. Brown also set the Ole Miss single-season receptions record with 85 catches this year.

Brown will enter the 2019 NFL Draft in April alongside fellow Rebels D.K. Metcalf and Greg Little.

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