Fourth-year junior, listed starting quarterback on post-spring depth chart... Big, strong-armed quarterback with ability to run... 11 career games played entering 2013 season (career passing stats: 10-14, 1 TD, 140 yards, 0 interceptions)... Participated in fourth spring camp in 2013 (mid-year enrollee in Jan. 2010, grayshirt from 2009 signing class)... Broad jump measured at 10 feet, 5.5 inches... Has squatted 545 pounds... Former quarterback and captain of USA Football junior national team in summer 2009 (played with fellow Baylor teammate Tevin Reese)... Five-time member of Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll, 2012 first-team Academic All-Big 12 honoree... Traveled to Kenya for mission trip with Baylor student-athletes in May 2011... Graduated in May 2013 with degree in health science studies.
2012 (Sophomore): Played in six of 13 games as backup quarterback during sophomore season... Finished 7-for-10 with one TD passing (184.5 passer rating), ran for 13 yards and one TD on 10 rushes... Named first-team Academic All-Big 12, and selected to Fall 2012 Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll... Threw passes in three of first five games, had no attempts over final eight games of season... Completed three passes in season-high five attempts for 52 yards, and connected on only touchdown of season - season-long 37-yarder to Darryl Stonum - in season-opening win over SMU... Also ran twice for eight yards vs. SMU... Did not play in second game... Completed only pass for eight yards in win at ULM in third game, also 2-yard run... Did not play at No. 9 West Virginia... Threw for 37 yards on 3-for-4 passing and rushed season-high four times for three yards vs. TCU in fifth game... Had one rush for no gain and attempted zero passes at Texas in sixth game... Did not play at Iowa State (seventh game)... Ran for one-yard TD in win over Kansas in eighth game, attempted no passes... Played only once in final five games, threw no passes but lost one yard on single rushing attempt in Holiday Bowl win over No. 17 UCLA.
2011 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in five of 13 games as backup quarterback in redshirt freshman season, earned first collegiate letter... Totaled 43 yards passing on 3-of-4 completions and ran for 15 yards on four attempts on season... Made collegiate debut in backup duty in win over Stephen F. Austin in second game, finished with 14 yards on 1-of-2 completions... Played in win over Rice in third game, was 2-for-2 for 29 yards, including season-long 25-yarder... Also ran for 12 yards on three carries vs. Owls... Played in fifth game vs. Iowa State, attempted no passes and carried once for three yards... Took snaps in win vs. Missouri in eighth game and Valero Alamo Bowl win over Washington, tallied no stats in either... Named to Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll in spring 2012.
2010 (True Freshman): Sat out first season at Baylor and participated on practice squad, redshirted to retain eligibility... Dressed for nine games but did not see any game action... Named to Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll in fall 2010 and spring 2011... Signed with Baylor in 2009 and enrolled in January 2010.
High School: Standout quarterback at Midlothian (Texas) High School under head coach Robby Clark... National position ranking among quarterbacks: No. 25 by Rivals.com, No. 35 by Scout.com and No. 54 by ESPN.com... Ranked No. 55 on Dallas Morning News' Top 100 recruits in state (No. 2 quarterback)... Fort Worth Star-Telegram State Top 100 recruit... Earned second-team All-District 16-4A honors as senior in 2008, missed some action due to injury... Threw for 1,507 yards and four touchdowns (134-222, eight interceptions) and ran for 166 yards and five TDs as senior... Named first-team All-District 15-4A as junior in 2007.... Threw for 2,042 yards and 16 TDs as junior, rushed for 101 yards and five touchdowns... Named District 15-4A Offensive Sophomore of Year after throwing for 979 yards and four touchdowns in 2006.
Personal: Son of Todd and Dena Petty... Full name is Bryce William Petty... Born May 31, 1991, in Thomaston, Ga.... Graduated in May 2013 with degree in health science studies.