Quentin Millora-Brown - Men's Basketball - Vanderbilt University Athletics

#42 Quentin Millora-Brown Season 2020-21

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Class Junior
Height 6'10"
Weight 245
Hometown Lorton, Va.
High School South County
Major Mechanical Engineering

Student-Athlete Features
VUCommodores.com — Millora-Brown Always En Garde
Vanderbilt Hustler — A look at Quentin Millora-Brown’s case as Vanderbilt’s most improved played
The Tennessean — How Quentin Millora-Brown turned into one of Vanderbilt basketball’s most important players

Career Honors

  • 2022 SEC Academic Honor Roll
  • 2021 SEC Academic Honor Roll
  • 2019 Conference USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll

As a Senior (2021-22)

  • SEC Academic Honor Roll
  • 36 games played with 30 starts – tying school record for games played in a season
  • 5.3 points per game
  • 5.6 rebounds per game – second on the team
  • Led team with 23 charges taken
  • Third on the team with 42 assists
  • Double-doubles against Austin Peay and Missouri
  • Four double-digit scoring games
  • Four double-digit rebounding games
  • 38 blocks – 9th in the SEC
  • Shot 64.9 percent from the floor (74-of-114)
  • Career-high five assists in win over Alabama State
  • 13 points and 14 rebounds in win against Austin Peay
  • Three blocks in three-consecutive games against South Carolina, Kentucky and Georgia
  • 10 points and 11 rebounds in win over Missouri
  • Dominant on the glass with 13 rebounds (8 offensive) in NIT win over Belmont

As a Junior (2020-21)

  • SEC Academic Honor Roll
  • Played in 19 games, started eight and averaged 13.4 minutes per game
  • Averaged 3.1 points and 3.2 rebounds per game
  • Led team in field goal percentage (.703), shot 26 of 37 overall
  • Tied for team-best five rebounds in SEC Tournament First Round win over Texas A&M (March 10)
  • Led team with eight rebounds in win over Radford (Dec. 19) and against Mississippi State (Jan. 9)
  • Season-high 12 points and eight rebounds in win over Mississippi Valley State (Dec. 13)
  • Started in Commodore debut and grabbed four rebounds in season opener against Valparaiso (Nov. 27)

As a Sophomore (2019-20)

  • Did not play due to NCAA transfer rules

As a Freshman at Rice (2018-19)

  • Played in all 32 games, making 28 starts
  • Conference USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll
  • Led the team and was third in Conference USA in field goal percentage, connecting on 59.8 percent of shots from the field
  • Seventh in the league in blocks per game (1.2) and offensive rebounds (2.2)
  • Led the team with 37 blocks, the second-most by a freshman in school history and the fourth-most ever in a season
  • His 59.8 percent field goal percentage set a freshman record
  • Eighth on the Rice’s all-time freshman list with 188 rebounds
  • Posted 11 double-figure scoring games as a true freshman and was the leading rebounder six times
  • Scored 21 points on 10 of 11 shooting and grabbed eight rebounds vs. Northwestern State
  • Scored 14 points and grabbed a career-high 16 rebounds at FIU – the 16 rebounds were the fourth-most by a freshman in school history

High School

  • Helped South County High School to a 27-3 record and its first Virginia Class 6 state title
  • Named Virginia Class 6 Player of the Year, Occoquan Region Player of the Year and Patriot District Player of the Year
  • Averaged 16.1 points, 12.5 rebounds, 5.2 blocks and four assists as a senior
  • Named First Team Winter All-Met by the Washington Post
  • Participated in the 45th annual Capital Classic, the nation’s oldest high school all-star game

The Millora-Brown File

  • Born August 9, 2000
  • Son of Bryan Brown and Rosette Millora
  • Has one sister, Sasha
  • Majoring in Mechanical Engineering
  • Advice to young people: “There will be ups and downs, but stay the course and things will work out”


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