Data Scout Notes: 2014: (+) Coming off Dec 2014 Shoulder INJ/Multi-2014 INJs...2ndC-KR/HMC-WR...PWCamp/PMaxwell/PBiletnikoff/PHornung/DS#3PSTeamProspect-Rrang/(+)(+) Coming off Spring 2014 Knee & Arm Surgeries...2013: 1stC-KR/WCamp1st-KR/2ndC-WR...2012: HMC-ST...2011: HMC-ST
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Draft Scout Ty Montgomery News
01/22/15 - 2015 Senior Bowl, Tuesday: Sticking with the receiver position, Ty Montgomery entered the season with first round buzz, but he has yet to take the next step in his development as a receiver. During Tuesday's practice, he consistently fought the ball and looked rigid in his routes, showing tendencies that reflect his game film. Montgomery is an exciting return man with home run potential with the ball in his hands, but what position does he play in the NFL? His best NFL comparison might be a slightly better version of Josh Cribbs. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com
01/20/15 - Ty Montgomery, WR, Stanford: While Montgomery possesses a chiseled frame, he came in nearly three inches shorter than the 6-foot-2, 215 pounds he was listed by the Cardinal, measuring in at 5-foot-11 (3/4"). In a class boasting several big, athletic receivers, Montgomery needs an impressive week. Most important for Montgomery will be simply catching the ball cleanly after a senior season in which he struggled with drops. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com
12/30/14 - Stanford WR Ty Montgomery ruled out for Foster Farms Bowl...Leading receiver Ty Montgomery will not be on hand to help Stanford take on Maryland in the Foster Farms Bowl on Tuesday as he has been ruled out for the game with a sprained shoulder. "He can't protect himself," coach David Shaw said, according to the San Jose Mercury News. "We tried a couple different options. If the game was in a week, he'd be full go." Montgomery had offseason surgery to repair the shoulder but re-injured it at Cal on Nov. 22. He did not play in Stanford's regular-season finale -- a 31-10 win at UCLA -- and will now see his career with the Cardinal come to a close.
Stanford's pass catchers have been lackluster throughout the season with Montgomery's 61 receptions and 604 yards leading the way for the group. The senior's three touchdowns were second to classmate Devon Cajuste, who has hauled in four scores on 30 total receptions. Montgomery this season fell well short of his uber-successful junior campaign, when he also hauled in 61 passes but averaged 15.7 yards per reception, totaling 958 yards and 10 touchdowns to go along with 159 rushing yards and two more scores. - Adam Silverstein, CBSSports.com
10/14/14 - OCT 13 PAC-12 SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Stanford Wide receiver/KR Ty Montgomery, a senior from Dallas netted 206 all-purpose yards in the 34-17 Cardinal win over Washington State. He tallied 71 of those yards on kick returns (3 returns) and 63 yards came on punt returns (3 returns). With 13 touches in the game, Montgomery averaged 15.9 yards per touch. Montgomery ranks in the top 10 in the nation for both punt return and kick return average. His punt return average of 21.6 ranks sixth, while his kickoff return average of 29.1 ranks tenth. Also nominated for Special Teams Player of the Week: Claude Pelon, DT, USC. - Pac-12 football
10/11/14 - Kevin Hogan threw for 284 yards and three touchdowns and No. 25 Stanford slowed down Connor Halliday and the Air Raid offense in a 34-17 victory over Washington State on Friday night. Greg Taboado grabbed his first two career TDs and fellow tight end Eric Cotton had his first scoring catch to help the Cardinal (4-2, 2-1) rebound from a nonconference loss at Notre Dame and renew their chase for a third straight Pac-12 championship. A week after Halliday threw for an NCAA-record 734 yards in a 60-59 loss to California, the nation's stingiest scoring defense harassed him all over the backfield.
Stanford held Halliday to 42-for-69 passing for 292 yards and two touchdowns, forced one interception and had four sacks. The Cougars (2-5, 1-3) have lost two in a row, and their chances of making consecutive bowl games under Mike Leach look dim. Ty Montgomery hauled in seven passes for 72 yards, Cotton caught a 39-yard TD pass and Taboado tallied two short scores from Hogan to give the Cardinal a 24-10 lead. Hogan completed 23 of 35 passes. - AP Sports