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Hippenhammer grabs two touchdown passes in annual spring scrimmage
Redshirt season. ➤ High School
Four-year letterman for head coach Ray Collins at Meadville High School...Helped the Bulldogs win 11-straight games before falling in PIAA 5A State Quarterfinals in 2016...Named first-team All-State by the Pennsylvania Football Writers as a senior...Selected to Pennsylvania Football News’ 5A All-State first team in 2016...Named WesternPAFootball.net first team as a junior...Was a three-time all-region honoree, claiming first team honors in 2015 and 2016 and second team accolades in 2014...Was a candidate for Pennsylvania’s 2016 Mr. Football Class 4A-6A...Rushed for 2,791 yards and 45 touchdowns in 2016...Led the state in total touchdowns (51) and scoring (320) in 2016...Finished 16th in the state with 2,971 all-purpose yards as a senior...Averaged 12.8 yards per carry as a senior...Accounted for 2,300 yards and 39 touchdowns as a junior...Tallied 1,600 yards and 22 scores as a sophomore...Broke all Meadville High School rushing records, finishing his career with 7,027 yards and 106 touchdowns...Set the Pennsylvania high school single-game rushing record with 722 yards and 10 touchdowns in a 107-90 win over DuBois in 2015...Broke the 90-year-old Pennsylvania single-game scoring record with 68 points against DuBois, besting the mark of 66 points by Shippensburg’s Galen Warren in 1925...Rated a three-star prospect by all four major recruiting outlets - 247Sports, ESPN, Rivals and Scout...Ranked No. 53 running back and No. 16 prospect in Pennsylvania by 247Sports...Ranked as the No. 19 prospect in Pennsylvania, No. 85 running back and No. 143 in the East region by ESPN...Rated as the No. 15 recruit in Pennsylvania by Rivals...Played basketball and ran track for the Bulldogs...Won the 2016 PIAA Class AAA State Championship in the 100-meter with a time of 10.73 in the final...Ran the fastest time in Pennsylvania and 10th-best time in the country with a 6.87 mark in the 60-meter dash in the 2016-17 indoor season...Finished 11th in the 2016 PIAA Class AAA State Championship in the long jump...Won his second-straight 100-meter outdoor PIAA Class AA State Championship with a state-record time of 10.43 seconds, breaking the record set in 1985 by U.S. Olympian Leroy Burrell.
Full name is Journey Jay Brown...Son of Buffy Brown and Larry Quinn...Has two sisters, Bailey Brown and Music Brown...Born March 19, 1999 in Meadville, Pennsylvania.