2011: Named the Most Valuable Player of the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl ... Earned All-MAC Second Team, Phil Steele All-MAC Second Team and Collegesportsmadness.com All-MAC Second Team honors ... Served as the Bobcats primary receiving target and their primary punt returner... Appeared in every game ... Made his mark on the Ohio record book as he finished his career with six school records ... Concluded his senior season by setting school records with 1,146 receiving yards and 11 touchdowns ... Served as one of seven team captains ... Had three catches for 64 yards and a 26-yard kickoff return at New Mexico State (Sept. 3) ... Had five catches for 27 yards and a touchdown vs. Gardner-Webb (Sept. 10) ... Caught two touchdowns as part of a four catch, 26-yard effort against Marshall (Sept. 17) ... Had five catches for 76 yards and a score at Rutgers (Sept. 24) ... Had eight catches for 102 yards and a touchdown as well as 26 punt return yards against Kent State (Oct. 1) ... Had a 67-yard touchdown carry and caught three passes for 17 yards at Buffalo (Oct. 8) ... Became the Bobcats' career leader in pass receptions vs. BallState (Oct. 15), finishing the day with eight catches for 157 yards and two touchdowns, including a 74-yard scoring strike ... Had three catches for 102 yards, including a 78-yard touchdown, at Akron (Oct. 22) ... Had seven catches for 163 yards vs. Temple (Nov. 2) ... Had three catches for 89 yards and a score at Central Michigan (Nov. 10) ... Caught five passes for 43 yards and his school-record 10th touchdown of the season at Bowling Green (Nov. 16) ... Caught three passes for 34 yards vs. Miami (Nov. 22), becoming Ohio's career record holder in receiving yards ... Hauled in eight catches for 124 yards in the MAC Championship against Northern Illinois (Dec. 2).
2010: Tabbed as a preseason All-American by Sporting News, Phil Steele, NationalChamps.net and Consensus Draft Services (cdsdraft.com) ... Finished the season with 12 receptions for 78 yards including a season-high six grabs against Toledo on Sept. 11 for 25 yards ... Five catches against Eastern Michigan on Oct. 2 for 46 yards ... Had one catch for seven yards at Ohio State on Sept. 18 ... Had three carries, two against Toledo and one at Ohio State ... Racked up 83 all-purpose yards for the season.
2009: Named second team All-America honors from Sporting News, fourth team All-America by Phil Steele and honorable mention All-America by SI.com...Named Second-Team All-MAC as both a wide receiver and a punt return specialist...Was the only Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) student-athlete in the nation with three punt returns for touchdowns... Averaged 13.5 yards per return, the 12th-highest total nationally and second in the MAC...Recorded 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 and 531 career PR yards, which is sixth in school history...As a receiver, tallied 702 yards on 53 catches with a career day at Buffalo (10 catches for 99 yards)...Averaged 13.2 yards per catch and 57.0 yards per game...53 catches currently stands fifth in Ohio's single-season records, while his 103 career catches are ninth...702 receiving yards are sixth-highest in a single season, while his 1,287 career yards are ninth...Averaging 3.22 catches per game over his career, the fourth-highest mark in Ohio history...Pulled in six receiving touchdowns on the season, the sixth-highest mark in school history...Responsible for three touchdowns against Temple as the Bobcats clinched the MAC East title (two receiving and one punt return)... Gained 86 yards on 14 carries...Also completed two of his three pass attempts, including a touchdown to Terrence McCrae against Buffalo...Third on the team in scoring with 54 points...Named MAC East Special Teams Player of the Week on Nov. 23.
2008: 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...2007: Played in seven games ... Served as a receiver for the Bobcats ... Recorded 201 yards receiving in 16 receptions... Had career-high four receptions for 59 yards against Temple (Nov. 2)... Recorded a career-high 25 yard reception against Akron (Nov. 7)
HIGH SCHOOL: 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
PERSONAL: Majoring in Recreation Management...Son of Rena Brazill ... Legal guardians are Charles and Tara Brown.