Personal: Brice was born on December 10, 1986 to Darrell Brockins and Tammie McCain. He has 6 siblings and 2 stepbrothers. He went to Terrell high school in Texas and was named all-state and all-area as a defensive back. He was named his county's MVP after his senior season and also participated in basketball and track. His best time in the 100M is a phenomenal 10.3 seconds.
Professional Career: Brice was drafted in the 6th round by the Houston Texans with the 188th pick. As a rookie in 2009, he saw action in the secondary at cornerback and on special teams. He made his professional debut against the New York Jets on September 13, 2009. He made his first career interception against the Indianapolis Colts on November 29, 2009. On the season, he recorded 15 tackles and 1 interception with a career high 5 tackles against Jacksonville on December 6, 2009.
Collegiate Career: After high school, Brice went on to play college football for the Utah Utes. He was a 3 year starter and appeared in 49 games during his career. As a true freshman, he appeared in 10 games and started one contest. The following year, he became a full-time starter at cornerback and was named honorable mention all-conference as a kick returner. As a junior, he recorded 11 pass breakups, which is tied for 5th all-time at Utah for a single season. At the end of the year, he was named second-team all-Mountain West Conference at cornerback. Going into his senior year, he was selected as a preseason first-team all-conference performer. He would end his career with 103 career tackles and 21 career pass deflections, which is tied for 6th all-time at Utah. During his senior year, he was clocked at an amazing 4.28 seconds in the 40 yard dash.