#53 Josh Stuberg

Class: RS Senior
Hometown: Helena, Montana
High School: Helena
Height / Weight: 6-2 / 220
Position: Linebacker
Experience: 3V

Montana: Josh adds quality depth at middle linebacker, and will also contribute on special teams. He is UM’s fifth leading returning tackler. He is also a key player on special teams. He has played in 35 career games.

2011: He played in all 14 games, and had at least one tackle in every game. He was the Grizzlies’ 13th (tie) leading tackler with 37 stops.

2010: He played in eight games, missing three because of an injury.

2009: He played in 13 games and started in the season opener against Western State. He was the team’s 13th leading (tied with fellow linebacker Caleb McSurdy) tackler with 32 stops.

2008: He was a redshirt at Montana.

High School: He was a first team all-state pick as a senior, and named to the second unit as a junior at Helena High School…in 2006 he led the state in scoring and touchdowns with 9.0 points a game and 15 TDs, and was ranked third with 1,324 all-purpose yards…he was an all-conference selection as a sophomore and junior at cornerback and receiver…was a two-way starter as a senior, but missed a lot of the season with an injury…placed in three events in the state track meet as a sophomore…his high school football coach was former (1985-88) Griz quarterback Tony Arntson.

Career Highs: He had seven tackles against Eastern Washington in 2009. He had an interception at Idaho State in `09. His season-high tackles in 2011 were 6 against Cal Poly.

Personal: His parents are Rob and Carolee Stuberg of Helena. His major is management information systems. Birth date: August 18, 1989.