Brock Vereen
Brock Vereen


Valencia, Calif.

High School:
Valencia HS

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 202

Defensive Back


Minnesota Races Past UNLV 51-23 in Season Opener

Ra'Shede Hageman blocked a field goal that Martez Shabazz picked up and raced for a 78-yard touchdown in the third quarter


Gophers Release Depth Chart, Injury Report

Minnesota hosts UNLV at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 29


Minnesota-Texas Tech Postgame Notes

Red Raiders 34-Gophers 31


Thirty-One Gophers Named Academic All-Big Ten

Minnesota ranks second in the conference, increases total from 2011 to 2012 by 13


Gophers Place 70 on Fall Academic All-Big Ten List

Minnesota improves fall Academic All-Big Ten total by 11


Brick by Brick: Episode #14

Brick by Brick Episode 14: The Program.


Brick by Brick: Episode #6

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Brick by Brick: Episode #2

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Brock Vereen Reports

Senior safety Brock Vereen reports from Big Ten Media Days in Chicago.


Get to Know Your Gophers

Justin Gaard sits down with Brock Vereen.


USATSPI: Minnesota vs. Michigan State - 11/30/13

USATSPI: Minnesota vs. Michigan State - 11/30/13


Minnesota @ Northwestern



Gophers vs. UNLV: August 29, 2013

Photos from the Gopher Football game vs. UNLV on August 29, 2013 at TCF Bank Stadium in Minneapolis


Football: Gophers vs. Michigan State

Gopher football game vs. Michigan State, Nov. 24, 2012 at TCF Bank Stadium


Minnesota Football vs. Illinois


Photo Gallery

Game-By-Game Stats (PDF)


2013 • SENIOR SEASON: Named first team All-Big Ten by the coaches and was an honorable mention by the media. Game-By-Game: Led the team with eight tackles (six solo) against UNLV • made seven tackles at New Mexico State • broke up one pass and made four tackles against Western Illinois • totaled three tackles against San Jose State • made eight tackles (6 solo), forced one fumble, broke up one pass and recorded one interception against Iowa • assisted on two tackles at Michigan • started at cornerback at Northwestern, where he had four solo tackles and broke up one pass • recorded four solo tackles and broke up one pass as a starting cornerback against Nebraska • broke up one pass and made six tackles at Indiana • made four tackles against Penn State and three against Wisconsin • was in on three tackles at Michigan State.

2012 • JUNIOR SEASON: Played in all 13 games • started seven games at safety including the final six of the regular season • sixth on the team in tackles (64), third in pass breakups (9) and also made two interceptions • named Academic All-Big Ten. Game-by-Game: Saw action as a reserve at UNLV and had four tackles • made his second career interception at UNLV and his first since 9/10/11 against New Mexico State • had four tackles against New Hampshire • notched four tackles against Western Michigan • had two tackles and one pass breakup against Syracuse • saw limited action at Iowa due to an injury • recorded his first start of the season and recorded seven tackles and a pass breakup vs. Northwestern • made three solo tackles at Wisconsin • tied for the team lead in tackles with seven and broke up two passes vs. Purdue • tied for team-high with nine tackles and also broke up one pass vs. Michigan • had one solo tackle and assisted on one sack at Illinois • recorded eight tackles, including one for a loss, and two pass breakups at Nebraska • made four tackles and had a 30-yard interception return vs. Michigan State • led team with 10 tackles vs. Texas Tech.

2011 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: Started at cornerback all 12 games • recorded 67 tackles (46 solo, 21 assisted) • tallied 3.5 tackles-for-loss • forced one fumble • grabbed one interception • broke-up five passes. Game-by-Game: Led team with 13 tackles (10 solo) in season opener at USC • tallied an interception, three tackles and a pass break-up versus New Mexico State • recorded five tackles (three solo, two assists) and broke-up a team high three passes in victory against Miami (Ohio) • garnered six tackles vs. North Dakota State • tallied five solo tackles with one tackle-for-loss at Michigan • tied for team-best seven tackles at Purdue • assisted on four tackles vs. Nebraska • notched five tackles in 22-21 victory against Iowa • recorded six tackles and one pass break-up at Michigan State • had five tackles vs. Wisconsin • tallied five tackles at Northwestern • garnered three tackles with two pass break-ups in victory against Illinois.

2010 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Appeared in nine games with four starts • recorded 10 total tackles (seven solo). Game-by-Game: Appeared against Middle Tennessee State and South Dakota but did not record any stats • earned his first-career start against USC, making four tackles • started against Northern Illinois and made four tackles • appeared against Wisconsin • started at cornerback in Minnesota's win against Iowa and contributed two tackles.

HIGH SCHOOL: A 2010 graduate of Valencia High School • led his team to a 12-1 record in 2009 • two-time All-CIF selection • tallied 51 tackles, eight interceptions, two pass break-ups and one sack last season • played wide receiver, registering 20 receptions for 474 yards and seven touchdowns • ranked as the No. 66 cornerback in the country by Rivals.com • listed as the No. 57 cornerback in the nation by ESPN • ranked as the No. 166 cornerback in the nation by Scout.com • earned a three-star ranking from Rivals and a two-star rating from Scout • standout track and field athlete • coached by Larry Muir.

PERSONAL: Born August 17, 1992 • son of Venita and Henry Vereen • father played football at UNLV, while mother played tennis at UNLV • brother Shane was a running back at California and now plays for the New England Patriots • held a 4.4 grade-point average in high school • communication studies major.


Watch Brick by Brick: "Border Battle"


Look back on the win against Illinois and towards the Border Battle with Wisconsin in the latest episode.

Murray To Play In Senior Bowl


Eric Murray has accepted an invitation to play in the Reese’s Senior Bowl. The game will take place on Saturday, Jan. 30, 2016

Game 12: Wisconsin at Minnesota


Minnesota hosts Wisconsin at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 28. The game can be watched on Big Ten Network and can be heard on KFAN.

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