1 Brandon Green  
Brandon Green

Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Chicago, Ill.

High School:
Robeson

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 189

Position:
Wide Receiver


11/19/2012

Game 12: Michigan State at Minnesota

Gophers end regular season with Spartans

11/06/2012

Game 10: Minnesota at Illinois

Gophers look to extend winning streak to three against Illinois

10/20/2012

Gophers Fall at Wisconsin, 38-13

Freshman Philip Nelson throws for 149 yards and two touchdown passes

04/21/2012

Postgame Quotes: 2012 Gopher Football Spring Game

Quotes from the 2012 Gophers spring game, April 21

03/21/2012

Coach Kill Pre-Spring Press Conference Transcript - 3.21.12

Coach Kill addressed the Twin Cities media Wednesday afternoon, on the eve of the first 2012 spring practice.

08/07/2012

Brandon Green Profile

Gophersports.com caught up with senior wide receiver Brandon Green after practice.

10/20/2012

Gophers at Wisconsin, Oct. 20, 2012

Photos from the Gopher football game at Wisconsin, Oct. 20, 2012

11/12/2011

FB vs Wisconsin 11.12.11

FB vs Wisconsin

Photo Gallery

2011 • JUNIOR SEASON:
Played in all 12 games with eight starts • hauled in 15 receptions for 190 yards and one touchdown.

Game-by-Game: Scored on a touchdown reception in season-opener at USC (9/3) for 12 yards • caught two balls for 24 yards against New Mexico State (9/10) • recorded one catch for eight yards in victory over Miami (Ohio) (9/17) • started vs. North Dakota State (9/24), but did not record any statistics • two catches for 44 yards at Michigan (10/1) • one catch for seven yards at Purdue (10/8) • one reception for six yards vs. Nebraska (10/22) • one catch for four yards vs. Iowa (10/29) • two catches for 18 yards at Michigan State (11/5) • one catch for five yards vs. Wisconsin (11/12) • two receptions for 49 yards at Northwestern (11/19) • recorded one catch for 14 yards vs. Illinois (11/26).

2010:
Appeared in two games this season as a punt returner and reserve • returned four punts for a total of 37 yards on the season • returned two punts for 18 total yards against MTSU (9/2) and two punts for 19 yards against South Dakota (9/11) • granted a medical hardship waiver, restoring another year of eligibility.

2009 • SOPHOMORE SEASON:
Appeared in 12 games, starting five • finished the season ranked fourth among the Gophers' receivers with 21 receptions • ranked fifth among Minnesota receivers in receiving yards with 293 • lone touchdown reception of the season came in 42-34 win over Michigan State • earned second varsity letter.

Game-by-Game: In the season-opener at Syracuse (9/5), hauled in three passes for 28 yards including a long of 11 yards in the 23-20 OT win • caught two passes for 26 yards in the 20-13 win over Air Force (9/12) • caught three passes for 39 yards in the 35-21 loss to #8 Cal (9/19) • also tallied one solo tackle against Cal • picked up first start of the season in the 35-24 win at Northwestern (9/26) and caught two passes for 37 yards, including a game long 27-yarder • both of his receptions vs. the Wildcats converted third-and-long situations in Minnesota's fourth-quarter scoring drive to regain the lead • started for the second straight game in the 31-28 loss to Wisconsin (10/3) • started for the third straight game in the 35-20 win over Purdue (10/10), did not catch a pass • in the 20-0 loss at No. 14 Penn State (10/17) caught two passes for 10 yards, including a long of 13 yards • in the 38-7 loss to No. 18 Ohio State (10/24) caught two passes 22 yards including a long of 12 yards • in the 42-34 win over Michigan State (10/31) caught two passes for 60 yards, including a season-long 37-yarder for his only touchdown of the season • in the 35-32 loss to Illinois (11/7), led the Gophers with four receptions for 64 yards, including a long of 21 yards • in the 16-13 win over South Dakota State (11/14) caught one pass for seven yards • appeared in the final two games of the season vs. Iowa and Iowa State (Insight Bowl), but did not record a reception.

2008 • FRESHMAN SEASON:
Appeared in 12 games with starts in five of the final six games of the season • hauled in 21 receptions for 306 yards to rank fifth on the team in receptions and fourth in receiving yards • paced the Gophers in receiving yards three times • earned first letter.

Game-by-Game: saw his first collegiate action as a late-game reserve at Bowling Green (9/6) but did not record any statistics • also came off the bench to earn playing time vs. Montana State (9/13) • hauled in first career reception on an athletic 7-yard grab near the goal line against Florida Atlantic (9/20) • earned playing time against Ohio State (9/27), Indiana (10/4) and Illinois (10/11) but did not record any statistics • made his first career start at Purdue (10/25) and responded with a huge game • hauled in five receptions for a team-high 100 yards vs. the Boilermakers, including a 71-yard catch that is the longest pass play of the season for Minnesota and set up a touchdown • recorded five receptions for 37 yards vs. Northwestern (11/1) • finished with two receptions for 36 yards against Michigan (11/8) • hauled in five passes for 80 yards, including his first career touchdown on a 4-yard reception at Wisconsin (11/15) • started vs. Iowa (11/22) but did not record any statistics • caught two passes for 38 yards, including a 29-yarder vs. Kansas (12/31) at the Insight Bowl.

HIGH SCHOOL:
Prepped at Robeson High School, where he was a four-year varsity starter and three-time first team All-Public League selection • had an unbelievable senior season in 2007, making plays all over the field and leading the Raiders to a 9-2 record and a berth in the Illinois Class 5A state playoffs • caught 62 passes for 1,114 yards and 18 touchdowns • also totaled 138 yards and four touchdowns on the ground on 19 carries • played quarterback down the stretch of the season for the Raiders, completing 12-of-24 passes for 311 yards and four scores • was also a consistent weapon on special teams, combining for 874 yards on kick and punt returns • collected 29 tackles, three interceptions and four fumble recoveries as a defender and kicked 10 extra points • had six multiple-touchdown games, including an incredible six-TD effort (1 rush/3 rec./2 ret.) vs. Prosser • earned first team all-state honors from the Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun Times, Champaign News-Gazette and the Illinois High School Football Coaches Association • caught 49 passes for 874 yards and 18 touchdowns as a junior in 2006 • returned two punts for touchdowns and three of his eight interceptions for scores • named first team All-State by MaxPreps as a receiver and first team all-state as a defensive back by the Champaign News-Gazette • four-star prospect by both Rivals and Scout • considered the No. 39 wide receiver in the nation and the No. 6 overall player from the state of Illinois by Rivals • Rivals also tapped him as the No. 1 receiver prospect in the state of Illinois • also earned four stars from Scout • rated as the No. 47 receiver prospect nationally by Scout and No. 51 by ESPN.com • earned a spot on Street & Smith's 2007 preseason All-American Team • hauled in 70 passes for 1,241 yards and 15 touchdowns and intercepted seven passes, two of which were returned for scores, as a sophomore in 2005 • coached by Fabray Collins • also ran track as a prep.

PERSONAL:
Born June 23, 1989 • son of Vernita and Jeff Bryant • youth studies major.