University of Notre Dame
Wide Receiver, 1984-87
The first wide receiver to be awarded the Heisman Trophy, Tim Brown set 19 school records during his career at Notre Dame giving him the name "Touchdown Timmy."
The two-time All-American (1986, 1987-uanimous) set a freshman record with 28 receptions his first year on campus. The following season he tallied 25 catches and three touchdowns while starting all 10 games. During his junior season, Brown was named an All- American after setting a Notre Dame single season record with 1,937 all-purpose yards. His senior year, Brown hauled in 39 catches and three touchdowns while being named a consensus All-American, the Walter Camp Award winner and the Heisman Trophy winner.
Selected sixth overall in the 1988 draft by the Los Angeles Raiders, Brown holds the NFL rookie record for most combined yards gained (2,317). A member of the NFL 1990's All-Decade team, he was named to nine Pro Bowls and hauled in an NFL record 75 receptions in 10 straight seasons.
Brown is the national chairman of Athletes & Entertainers for Kids and currently resides in DeSoto, Texas.