Bryce Carver
Bryce Carver


Dillon, Mont.

High School:
Beaverhead County HS

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 180





35 Grizzly student-athletes earn their degrees in 2013

This year's University of Montana graduates came to Missoula from eight different states


Griz have five football players named to the All-Big Sky first or second team

A total of 17 Montana players were recognized for their play this season


Griz host the Cats as the teams square off for the 112th time in the storied rivalry

Montana hopes to end its season on a winning note; MSU posturing for the postseason


Montana holds off WSU Wildcats for 24-21 win in Ogden

The Grizzlies win two in a row for the first time this season


Montana falls to UND 40-34 in final seconds of game

The Grizzlies couldn't hold onto second half lead to beat UND


Montana vs. South Dakota (9/1/12)

Montana vs. South Dakota (9/1/12)

Montana: Bryce had an outstanding spring and earned a starting job at at one of UM's wide receiver positions. He is the Grizzlies' seventh leading returning receiver.

2011: He suffered an injury early in the season and did not get to full strength until the middle of the year. He played in 12 games and had 11 catches for 140 yards and one touchdown.

2010: He played in all 11 games and started in the last eight. He was UM's fourth-leading receiver with 38 receptions. He had 261 receiving yards and 5 touchdowns.

2009: He played in seven games on special teams as a true freshman. He did not have a reception.

High School: He was the starting quarterback for the Beavers and conference MVP as a junior and senior...a receiver and safety in 2006 when the Beavers won the Class "A" state title...as a senior he threw for 2,238 yards and 19 touchdowns and rushed for 1,105 yards and 25 TDs...also punted, kicked, and played defensive back...earned 10 letters at Beaverhead High School: three each in football and basketball, and four in track...teams won basketball state championships in 2007 (25-0) and 2009 (23-2)...league MVP in hoops in 2008 and 2009...four time all-conference performer in track...team captain in football and basketball as a senior...prep coach was Terry Thomas, a former (1978-80) Griz starting defensive back and punter.

Career Highs: His longest reception is 39 yards at Sam Houston State last season in a FCS semifinal game. He had 6 receptions against Idaho State in 2010, and a career-best 48 yards receiving against Sac State and at Northern Colorado in that season. He had two scoring grabs in the 2010 season opener against Western State. He had a 14-yard run at NC as a sophomore.

Personal: Bryce's parents are Brett and Nancy Carver of Dillon. His major is business finance. Birth date: April 17, 1991.





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