Class: RS Senior
Hometown: Fairview, Montana
High School: Fairview HS
Height / Weight: 6-5 / 245
Montana: Greg will be starting at tight end for the second straight season.
2010: He started all 11 games, and was Montana’s sixth leading receiver with 17 catches for 176 yards. He had two or more catches in five games.
2009: He saw limited time because of the two senior starters at his position, but saw considerable action on special teams. He played in 10 games. He did not have a pass reception.
2008: He was a redshirt at Montana.
High School: He was an all-state pick in football, basketball, and track. He earned 12 letters: four each in football, basketball, and track and field at Fairview High School.
Greg was a rare four-time all-conference selection in all three sports. He was a two-time all-state and team MVP pick in football; a three-time all-state selection in basketball, and tabbed all-state four times in track.
Served as a captain in both football and basketball. His basketball team won the district title his senior year, going 20-6. His high school football coach was Kevin Clausen.
Career Highs: He had 4 grabs for 62 yards, and a career-long 28-yard catch against Idaho State in 2010. He had a 23-yard touchdown catch in the season opener last season against Western State.
Personal: His parents are Jim and Mary Hardy of Fairview. His major is history. Birth date: Jan. 2, 1990. Greg’s dad, Jim, played football and basketball at Western Montana College (UM-Western).
Quoting Coach Pflugrad: “Greg had a very good sophomore campaign. He carried his play from last season into the winter conditioning, and was named our “Player of the Day” in the winter on a couple of occasions. He carried that over in to spring football, and I thought he caught the ball extremely well. He improved his attack at the line of scrimmage and his blocking. He was also flawless in his assignments. It is important to play error-free football, and Greg brings us that, and he has definite leadership qualities.”
Year G/S Rec. Yards-Avg. TD Long
2010 11/11 17 176-10.4 1 28