He participated in the University of Minnesota's pro day last month and now has the opportunity to showcase his talents at the highest level as a member of a division champion and playoff caliber team.Eddie Lacy Jersey
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Boyce is not alone when it comes to MIAC football standouts making it to the highest level. Receiver Brandon Zylstra of Concordia has also been invited to Vikings rookie camp,Derek Carrier Jersey and former Cobber quarterback Griffin Neal signed a contract with the New Orleans Saints. St. Thomas tight end Charlie Dowdle signed a free agent deal today with the Chicago Bears.
Boyce is the first Gustavus football player to join an NFL team since left tackle Jack Breckner '10 signed an undrafted free agent contract with the Indianapolis Colts in 2014. Boyce is the second Gustavus receiver to join the Vikings as Ryan Hoag '04 did so in 2005 and 2006 as a member of the practice squad. Hoag was originally drafted in the seventh round of the 2003 NFL Draft by the Oakland Raiders.