Brock Stringham
Offensive Line 74
310 lbs.
Highlands Ranch, 
Last School
Mountain Vista High School
Roster Years
2008 | 2011-2014

Career Summary

Brock Stringham came to BYU as a two-time All-Conference player from Mountain Vista High School in Colorado. As a four-time letterman at BYU, he played in a total of 28 games and started in seven. Stringham was part of an offensive line that rushed for a total of 3,475 yards during the 2013 season and a No. 13 national ranking in rushing offense. He also helped the Cougars to a 34-18 overall record during his 2011-14 career. See the season summary tabs below and the stats tabs for more details. 


  • Parents are Rick and Jenni
  • Born in Englewood, Colorado
  • Served in the Philippines Tacloban Mission (2009-11) for the LDS Church
  • Eagle Scout
  • Majoring in exercise science
  • Recruited by Colorado State, Colorado, Boise State, UNLV, Kansas State, California, UCLA, Illinois, Washington State, Arizona State and Utah

Before BYU

  • Prepped at Mountain Vista HS
  • Selected as a member of the Denver Post 2007 All-Colorado offensive team
  • Twice named the MVHS offensive player of the week during the 2007 season
  • A two-time all-conference recipient
  • Selected to play in the Colorado all-star game
  • Helped lead the Golden Eagles to an 8-3 record before losing to Bear Creek in the second round of the state playoffs


  • Tacloban
BYU Hall of Fame

Freshman Year 2011

  • Earned letterman honors as a freshman
  • Played in eight games in a backup role
Sophmore Year 2012

  • Learned letterman honors as a sophomore
  • Played in eight games in a backup role
  • Contributed on the line when BYU rushed for 540 yards against Hawai'i
Junior Year 2013

  • Played in eight games and started the first three games of the season
Senior Year 2014

  • Started the first four games of the season
Graduate Year

Redshirt Year 2008

  • Contributed to the scout team
Medical Redshirt Year 2008