Jordan Brown of Louisiana earns a spot on Oscar Robertson’s watch list

Louisiana Ragin’ Cajun Basketball won its 5th straight game last night, beating Arkansas State 80-71.

At 15-4 overall and 5-2 in conference play, the Cajuns are currently sitting in a 4-way tie for 1st place in the Sun Belt.

Louisiana big man Jordan Brown dominated with 31 points, 13 rebounds, 3 steals, 3 blocks and an assist.

Put simply, the Red Wolves had no answer for him. By the way, most opponents this season don’t have that either.

Jordan Brown

Photo courtesy of the Sun Belt Conference

Ahead of yesterday’s game, Brown was included in the prestigious Oscar Robertson Trophy Midseason Watch List.

He is one of only 50 players who have earned a spot on the list.

Although all Division I players remain eligible for the 2022-23 Oscar Robertson Trophy, the watchlist focuses on players who excel on the hardwood and excel in their dominant play.

The award is chosen by the US Basketball Writers Association and is presented to the top player in college basketball at the end of the season.

In 19 games this season, Brown is averaging 19.8 points and 7.8 rebounds per contest.

50-Man Oscar Robertson Trophy Midseason Watchlist:

Max Abmas, Oral Roberts (6-0, 175, Sr. G, Rockwall, Texas)

Tyree Appleby, Wake Forest (6-0. 175, Gr., G, Jacksonville, Ark.)

Armando Bacot, NC (6-11, 235, Sr. F/C, Richmond, Virginia)

Oumar Ballo, Arizona (7-0, 260, Jr., C, Koulikoro, Mali)

Souley Boum, Xavier (6-3, 175, Gr., G, Oakland, CA)

Jordan Brown, Louisiana (6-11, 225, Jr., F, Roseville, California)

Kobe Brown, Missouri (6-8, 250, Sr., G/F, Huntsville, Ala.)

Marcus Carr, Texas (6-2, 175, Gr., G, Toronto, Ont.)

Jaylen Clark, UCLA (6-5, 205, Jr., G, Riverside, California)

Josh Cohen, St. Francis (Pa.) (6-10, 220, Jr., F, Lincroft, NJ)

Yuri Collins, Saint Louis (6-0, 190, Jr., G, St. Louis, Mo.)

Ricky Council IV, Arkansas (6-6, 205, Jr., G, Durham, NC)

Antoine Davis, Detroit Mercy (6-1, 165, Gr., G, Birmingham, Ala.)

Kendric Davis, Memphis (6-0, 177, Sr., G, Houston, TX)

Gradey Dick, Kansas (6-8, 205, Fr., G, Wichita, Kan.)

Hunter Dickinson, Michigan (7-1, 260, Jr., C, Alexandria, Virginia)

Jordan Dingle, Penn (6-3, 195, Jr., G, Valley Stream, NY)

Zach Edey, Purdue (7-4, 305, Jr., C, Toronto, Ont.)

Kyle Filipowski, Duke (7-0, 230, Fri, C, Westtown, New York)

Adam Flagler, Baylor (6-3, 185, Sr., G, Duluth, Ga.)

Keyonte George, Baylor (6-4, 185, Fri, G, Lewisville, Texas)

DaRon Holmes II, Dayton (6-10, 231, Sun., F, Goodyear, Arizona)

Bryce Hopkins, Providence (6-7, 220, Sun., F/G, Oak Park, Illinois)

Jaelen House, New Mexico (6-0, 170, Sr., G, Phoenix, Arizona)

Trayce Jackson-Davis, Indiana (6-9, 245, Jr., F, Greenwood, Ind.)

Jaime Jaquez Jr., UCLA (6-7, 225, Sr., D/F, Camarillo, California)

Keyontae Johnson, Kansas (6-6, 230, Sr., F, Norfolk, Virginia)

Ryan Kalkbrenner, Creighton (7-1, 260, Jr., C, Florissant, Mo.)

Taevion Kinsey, Marshall (6-5, 191, Sr., G, Columbus, Ohio)

Caleb Love, North Carolina (6-4, 200, Jr., G, St. Louis, Mo.)

Mike Miles Jr., TCU (6-2, 195, Jr., G, Highland Hills, Texas)

Brandon Miller, Alabama (6-9, 200, Fri, F, Antioch, Tennessee)

Kris Murray, Iowa (6-8, 220, JrF, Cedar Rapids, Iowa)

Jameer Nelson Jr., Delaware (6-1, 200, Jr., G, Haverford, Pa.)

Markquis Nowell, Kansas (5-8, 160, Sr., G, Harlem, NY)

Jalen Pickett, Penn State (6-4, 209, Sr., G, Rochester, NY)

Marcus Sasser, Houston (6-2, 195, Sr., G, Dallas, TX)

Terrence Shannon Jr., Illinois (6-6, 225, Sr., G, Chicago, Illinois)

Terquavion Smith, NC State (6-4, 165, Sun, G, Greenville, N.C.)

Adama Sonogo, Connecticut (6-9, 245, Jr., F, Bamako, Mali)

Joel Soriano, St. John’s (6-11, 280, Sr., C, Yonkers, NY)

Jake Stephens, Chattanooga (7-0, 275, Gr., C, Bunker Hill, W.Va.)

Drew Timme, Gonzaga (6-10, 235, Sr., F, Richardson, Texas)

Oscar Tshiebwe, Kentucky (6-9, 260, Sr., F, Lubumbashi, Congo)

Azuolas Tubelis, Arizona (6-11, 245, Jr., F, Vilnius, Lithuania)

Hunter Tyson, Clemson (6-8, 217, Gr., F, Monroe, NC)

Jordan Walker, UAB (5-11, 170, Sr., G, Long Island, NY)

KJ Williams, LSU (6-10, 250, Sr., F, Cleveland, Miss.)

Jalen Wilson, Kansas (6-8, 225, Jr., F, Denton, TX)

Isaiah Wong, Miami (6-4, 184, Jr., G, Piscataway, NJ)

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