The oldest high school honor in America is the state of Indiana's "Mr. Basketball", given to the outstanding high school player in the state. It's a list that includes the likes of Oscar Robertson, Rick Mount, Steve Alford, and Greg Oden, among others. Also on the list: Ken Brown, who player two seasons for the Georgetown Hoyas after World War II.

Brown played two seasons at center for the Hoyas, but chose not to return to the team as a senior. Graduating from the School of Foreign Service in 1949 (the SFS awarded the BSBA degree prior to the founding of the mcDonough School of Business in 1956), Brown returned to Indiana, serving as a state legislator and later as a successful local businessman.

 

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1946-47

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1947-48 28 245 8.8
Totals 28 245 8.8