Jada Brown - Women's Basketball - Vanderbilt University Athletics

#2 Jada Brown


Class Junior
Height 5-8
Hometown Bentonville, Ark.
High School Bentonville
Major Human & Organizational Development

NIL on Opendorse


  • 2023-24 SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll
  • 2022-23 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll

As a Sophomore (2023-24)

  • Played in 19 games off the bench in her second season with the Commodores
  • Scored 12 points, pulled down 11 rebounds, and dished out seven assists during the season
  • Scored a season-high four points in a home contest against No. 13/11 LSU (Feb. 8)
  • Pulled down a career-high four rebounds in back-to-back games against FDU (Dec. 29) and Radford (Dec. 31)
  • Logged a season-best 21 minutes against LSU

As a Freshman (2022-23)

  • Started 22 of the 30 games she appeared in
  • Posted averages of 4.4 points and 1.1 rebounds per outing, and was credited with 24 assists and 14 steals
  • Made 32 3-point field goals to rank third on the team in the category
  • Scored career-high 12 points after going 4 of 4 from 3-point range against No. 13/11 NC State
  • Recorded 10 points against No. 5 LSU in home finale
  • Posted nine points in wins over Tarleton State and USC Upstate as well as in first meetings with LSU and Arkansas
  • Made 2 of 3 3-pointers to score eight points against Texas A&M at SEC Tournament

The Brown File

  • Attended Bentonville High School in Bentonville, Arkansas
  • Maintained a GPA of 4.1 and graduated with high honors
  • Ended career with 1,043 career points
  • Averaged 16.5 points per game, four assists per game, shot 84% at the free throw line, 40 total steals, and 62 3-pointers during senior season
  • 2020 6A State Champion
  • Named 6A All-State twice, 6A All-State Tournament twice, and 6A All-Conference selection several times
  • Ranked No. 81 in 2022 class by Junior All-Star National Rankings
  • Ranked No. 99 in 2022 class by Bret McCormick (ASGR)
  • Played AAU for CyFair EYBL and Arkansas Select GUAA
  • Daughter of Carson and April Brown
  • Has three siblings – Olivia, CJ, and Kiah
  • Chose Vanderbilt over Rice, Oklahoma, South Florida, Tulane and Dayton