While Brown was sidelined with a knee injury at the time this report was published, the hope is he'll soon receive clearance for full contact in practice (CL Brown of The Athletic
reported that occurred in late-August). Until that day arrives, Brown has taken on more of a coaching role at practice while he continues to undergo rehab from his April surgery. Brown may not be the team's leading returning scorer -- that title belongs to Brandon Childress (14.7 PPG) -- but Wake Forest fans saw flashes of his potential during the closing stretch of the 2018-19 season. The 6-5 wing reached double figures during 10 of the last 12 games, with three of his four 20-point efforts on the season occurring over that span. Coach Danny Manning is hopeful Brown can keep that momentum going when the team opens up against Boston College on Nov. 6.