Senior offensive lineman who will get the first opportunity to replace three-year starter Chris White at the center position... solidified his spot in the starting lineup during the spring... named the Most Improved Offensive Lineman following spring drills... has started seven games in his career, all at guard... a leader off the field, "Web" is the SEC representative to the NCAA Division I National Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), serves on the NCAA's Football Issues Committee and was named to the SEC's "Good Works" Team.
2006: Played in seven games including three starts... started each of the first two games at left guard... returned to the starting lineup vs. FAU, but suffered a left knee sprain in that contest... saw limited time in the spring while rehabbing from a back injury.
2005: Started each of the first four games, the opener at right guard and the next three games at left guard... suffered a back strain in the warmups prior to the Auburn game and was unable to play in that contest... missed the remainder of the season with a back injury... selected to attend national SAAC meeting during the summer of `05.
2004: Reserve offensive lineman who played in three games - Vanderbilt, South Florida and Ole Miss... primarily played at guard.
2003: Offensive line prospect who took a redshirt year.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Starmount High School in Boonville, N.C. in 2003... played for Coach Joe Hutchens... participated in the 2002 Shrine Bowl and in the North Carolina East-West All-Star game... was a first-team all-state selection.
PERSONAL: William E. Brown was born Dec. 18, 1984... working on a double major in business management and marketing.