Ryan Johnson

Ryan Johnson

Player Profile

RS Sophomore

Vancouver, Wash.

High School:
Mountain View

Height / Weight:
6-2½ / 255

Defensive End




Grizzly Profile: Meet redshirt freshman Ryan Johnson

The 6-2 1/2, 245-pounder is one of Montana's top five players at the defensive end position


Offense has breakout evening in final scrimmage of spring drills

Six different players score touchdowns as the offense racks up 465 yards on a beautiful night in WGS


Defense leads the way in the Grizzlies' annual Spring Game in Ronan

Griz D grabs four interceptions & has seven sacks/Canada paces the offense with 109 yards rushing


Griz look sharper in spring practice No. 10

Kickers Chris Lider and Harrison Greenberg end practice by nailing eight field goals in a row


Griz spring football: Highlights from practice No. 8

The team is gearing up for its upcoming scrimmage in Ronan on Saturday at noon


Montana vs. Weber State (11/16/13)

Montana vs. Weber State (11/16/13)


Montana vs. Oklahoma Panhandle State (9/21/13)

Montana vs. Oklahoma Panhandle State (9/21/13)

MONTANA: Ryan will see "PT" on the D-line this season.

2013: He played in five games and lettered.

2012: He was a redshirt at UM

HIGH SCHOOL: He earned 11 letters at Mountain View High School: four each in basketball and baseball, and three in football. He was an All-Region pick in football as a junior and senior, and in basketball his senior year. He served as team captain in football and basketball. He was a three-time all-league player in baseball (first base). He had a career-high 21 tackles against Lakes High School in a 2011 state playoff game. His prep football coach was Adam Mathieson. He was selected the 2011-12 Male Athlete of the Year by the T.O.D.A.Y. Foundation and the Columbia newspaper. He was chosen the Greater Vancouver and Southwest Washington Scholar Athlete of the Year with a 3.75 GPA.

PERSONAL: His major is business administration. Birth date: Oct. 19, 1993. His parents are Steve and Maurita Johnson of Vancouver. His prep hoops coach was former (1987-89) Grizzly starting guard Nate DuChesne.



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