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George Iloka heading into Sr season: A closer look at the Bengals picks: Round 5/167 -- George Iloka, S, 6-4, 225, Boise State...Has the size and speed to match up with tight ends. There is plenty of competition for playing time with the only absolute being Reggie Nelson as one of the starters. - The Sports Xchange
Doug Martin heading into rSr season: A closer look at the Buccaneers' picks: Round 1/31 - Doug Martin, RB, 5-9, 223, Boise State...Martin is an every-down back that reminds Schiano of Ravens and former Rutgers running back Ray Rice. He should win the starting job over LeGarrette Blount. - The Sports Xchange
Shea McClellin heading into rSr season: A closer look at the Bears' picks: Round 1/19 - Shea McClellin, DE, 6-3, 260, Boise State...Bears believe he provides the best chance to immediately upgrade a pass rush that was 29th last season. Played defensive end and linebacker past two seasons, when he had 16.5 sacks and 26 tackles for loss. Ran a 4.63 40, second fastest among defensive ends at the Combine. Hard-working, football smart, technically sound, quickly finds the football. - The Sports Xchange
*Demarcus Lawrence heading into rJr season: A closer look at the Cowboys' picks: Round 2/34 -- Demarcus Lawrence, DE, 6-3, 251, Boise State...The Cowboys trade their second-and third-round picks to move up 13 spots to get Lawrence. They ranked him as the third best pass rusher in the draft and they had to come away with one after going offensive line in the first round. He can get to the quarterback. - The Sports Xchange
Kyle Wilson heading into rSr season: 2009 Senior Bowl Invite…2008: 13 GP; 13 GS; PR: 33-470-14.2-3; 26 Sol-35 TT, 3 TFL, 5 INT, 10 PBU; Named first-team All-WAC cornerback and second-team all-conference punt returner … Named Boise State’s co-Special Teams Player of the Year with kicker Kyle Brotzman by vote of teammates … Led Boise State with five interceptions, 10 pass breakups and 15 passes defended … Fifteen passes defended (interceptions plus breakups) tied for 18th best in nation … Five picks also tied for second in WAC and tied for 28th in nation … His 14.2 average yards per return was second in WAC and 12th in nation … Finished the season with the most punt returns for touchdowns in the nation … Named WAC Special Teams Player of Week in final week of season after piling up 136 yards on three punt returns against Fresno State … Named to the Bronko Nagurski Trophy Watch List. 2007: 13 GP; 13 GS; Rush: 1-(-1)-(-1)-0; PR: 4-84-21-0; 36 Sol-41 TT, 2 TFL, 1 SK, 2 INT, 8 PBU, 1 BLK; Named second-team All-Western Athletic Conference…Blocked an extra point against Hawai’i…Named to ESPN the Magazine All-Academic second team…Named to the preseason All-WAC team by the Sporting News. 2006: 10 GP; 5 GS; PR: 1-3-3-0; 33 Sol-41 TT, 0.5 TFL, 1 INT, 5 PBU, 1 FR, 1 FF; Named honorable mention Freshman All-America by the Sporting News…Started final five games for the Broncos at cornerback…Finished with 10 tackles in Boise State’s 43-42 win over Oklahoma in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. 2005: Redshirted for the Broncos.
Jamar Taylor heading into rSr season: A closer look at the Dolphins' picks: Round 2/54 - Jamar Taylor, CB, 5-11, 192, Boise State...The Dolphins need to revamp their secondary after parting ways with Vontae Davis and Sean Smith in the last year, and began that process with Taylor, one of the most consistent corners in the draft who had four interceptions in his senior season. Taylor will compete for the No. 3 cornerback spot behind starters Brent Grimes and Richard Marshall, and will eventually replace the two older veterans in the lineup. QUOTE TO NOTE: "I play with a swagger. Yeah, I'm kind of chippy. I like to talk stuff, I like to keep a smile on my face. But you know I'm someone who is going to go out and play real aggressive and let you know what I'm doing." -- Dolphins CB Jamar Taylor, their second-round pick out of Boise State. - The Sports Xchange
Jeron Johnson heading into rSr season: 2010: Johnson has the most career starts (44) to his name as he became a cornerstone of the Boise State defense at safety over the past four seasons. Johnson led the Broncos in tackles in each of his final three seasons, earning him all-conference honors three consecutive years. Johnson was named first team All-WAC in 2010, and second team All-WAC in 2008 and 2009. He finished his career ranked 12th all-time in career tackles (318) at Boise State...2009: Named second-team All-WAC after starting all 15 games at safety for the Broncos...Led the team in tackles for the second consecutive season, recording 91 (54 unassisted)...Also recorded 1.5 tackles for loss and six pass breakups...Second on the team for interceptions with four...Recorded five or more tackles in 10 different games this year...Ranked sixth in WAC in interceptions, eighth in passes defended and 16th for average tackles per game with 6.5...2008: Named second-team All-WAC after outstanding sophomore season ... Led Bronco defense with 98 tackles (72 unassisted and 26 assisted) and three fumble recoveries ... Seventh in WAC for average tackles per game with 7.5 ... Three fumble recoveries finished third in WAC... Had three interceptions ... Registered seven pass breakups and 4.5 tackles for loss ... Known for his tough, physical play and hard tackles ... Key player on defense that ranked third nationally in scoring defense (12.62 points per game), 20th in total defense (308.15 yards per game) and 22nd in rushing defense (118 ypg) ...2007: Finished fifth on team with 55 tackles despite missing four games because of injury ... Also had five tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks, six pass breakups, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery ...2006: Redshirted.
Titus Young heading into rSr season: 2010: Young, a three-time first-team All-WAC selection, wrapped up his career at Boise State as the school's all-time leading receiver with 3,063 yards. Thanks to a 64-yard effort in the Broncos' bowl game, he also set the school's all-time single season receiving yards record with 1,215 on the year. He finished second behind Pettis in career receptions (204) and fourth in career receiving touchdowns (25). He is the first Bronco to eclipse the 1,000-yard receiving mark twice (2009, 2010) and is also a threat in the return game, averaging 152.42 all-purpose yards per game during the regular season-a mark that ranked in the top 20 in the country. Young's 43-game streak with a reception is currently tied for second best in the country...2009: Was the only player in the WAC to earn two first-team awards receiving the honors on offense and as the league's top kick return specialist...Became the first Bronco in school history to record two kickoff returns for touchdowns in a career and season when he returned the opening kickoff 95 yards to the end zone against Nevada... Recorded his first career kick-off return for touchdown against Idaho when he returned a kickoff 100 yards for a TD...Finished the regular season with a team high 79 receptions for 1,041 yards and 10 receiving touchdowns, all are career highs...Became just the eighth player in Bronco history to surpass the 1,000 yard mark for receiving yards in a season...Ranked second in WAC averaging 5.64 receptions per game...Finished second in WAC in all-purpose yards (143.7 ypg) and kick return average (26.9), was third in receiving yards (74.4 ypg) and tied for seventh in scoring (TDs) averaging 6.4 points per game...2008: Played in three games, catching 10 passes for 168 yards and one touchdown ... Also rushed for 52 yards on five carries and scored two touchdowns... 2007: Caught at least one pass in all 13 of Boise State's games ... Finished third on team in receptions (44) and second in receiving yards (639) while catching third-most touchdown passes (five) ... Led team in yards per catch (14.5) ... Also rushed for 66 yards and two touchdowns.
Tyrone Crawford heading into Sr season: A closer look at the Cowboys' picks: Round 3/81 - Tyrone Crawford, DE, 6-4, 280, Boise State...The Cowboys like him because of his motor and upside. He should be able to come in and be the nickel passer next year but they believe he can grow into a five-technique defensive end. - The Sports Xchange
Charles Leno, Jr. heading into rSr season: A closer look at the Bears' picks: Round 7/246 -- Charles Leno Jr., T, 6-4, 302, Boise State...Started every game his final three seasons, the last two at left tackle. He is regarded by many personnel people as a guard candidate, not a tackle, but he does have the arm length of a tackle at 34 1/2 inches. He has decent speed out of his stance when pulling to block. The aim will be to develop him. Emery said he will be immediate competition for backup left tackle. Also, Jordan Mills struggled as a pass blocker at right tackle and frequently got help from extra tackle Eben Britton in a six-lineman formation. So if he learns quickly, it's not unreasonable for him to challenge for a starting spot. Leno also has guard experience.
Billy Winn heading into rSr season: A closer look at the Browns' drafts: Round 6/205 - Billy Winn, DL, 6-3, 294, Boise State...Winn started 11 games at tackle and one at end for the Broncos in 2011. Size makes him a tackle for the Browns. - The Sports Xchange
Kyle Brotzman heading into rSr season: 2009: For the second straight year, Brotzman led the team in scoring with 117 points...Led the WAC in scoring (kicking) and field goals...Finished third in WAC in both scoring and field goal percentage, and fourth in PAT kicking percentage...He made good on 63-of-64 point after attempts and 18-of-25 field goal tries...Averaged 8.4 points per game...Also punted 46 times averaging 43.89 yards per punt, the fourth best season mark in school history...Downed 15 punts inside the 20...2008: Led team in scoring with 17 field goals and 50 extra points for 101 points ... Hit 17-of-26 attempts for 65.4 percentage, good for fourth in WAC ... Longest was 51 yards at Oregon ... Also had 50-yard FG against Nevada ... Averaged 7.8 points per game, good for fourth in WAC and 44th in nation in scoring ... First in WAC and tied for 32nd in nation with 1.31 field goals per game ... Finished the year sixth in nation among active players for average career points per game at 8.3 ... Also handled bulk of punting chores with 37 punts for 1,693 yards, averaging 45.3 yards per kick ...2007: Honorable mention Freshman All-America selection by Sporting News ... Named semifinalist for Lou Groza Award ... Named second-team All-Western Athletic Conference ... Led WAC in field goals, field goal percentage and PAT kicking ... Made 16-of-18 field goals with only misses coming on blocked kick at Washington and a 49-yarder at Hawai'i that was just short ... Made all 66 extra points ... Was 3-for-4 from beyond 40 yards ...2006: Redshirted.
Kellen Moore heading into rSr season: 2010: Started each of the Broncos’ 13 games…one of four finalists for the Heisman Trophy…was also a finalist for both the Davey O’Brien and Maxwell Awards…named the nation’s top quarterback by The Touchdown Club of Columbus (Ohio)…FWAA All-American…Western Athletic Conference Co-Offensive Player of the Year, first-team All-WAC…completed 273-of-383 passes for 3,845 yards, 35 touchdowns and just six interceptions…pass efficiency of 182.63 led the nation…293.31 yards of total offense per game ranked 13th-nationally…caught a seven-yard touchdown pass against Louisiana Tech (Oct.26))…named WAC Offensive Player of the Week following his performances against No. 10 Virginia Tech (Sept. 6), No. 24 Oregon State (Sept. 25) and Hawai’I (Nov. 6)…was also named O’Brian National Quarterback of the Week following the game against the Hokies…became Boise State’s all-time leader in career total offense (10,811)…received the team’s Most Valuable Player Award. 2009: Named first team All-American by ESPN.com, SI.com and CBSSports.com…Earned third team All-American honors from the Associated Press…Finished seventh in the Heisman Trophy race…Named WAC Offensive Player of the Year and first-team All-WAC after leading Boise State to 14-0 record…Second in the nation for passing efficiency with a 161.65 rating (167.35) and the second most touchdown passes in the country (39)…Set the NCAA single season record for the lost percentage of passes had intercepted at 0.69% (3 of 431)… Completed 64.3 percent of his passes (277 of 431) for 3,536 yards with just three interceptions. 2008: Named WAC Freshman of the Year and second-team all-conference after spectacular first season, guiding Boise State to 12-1 record … Named Boise State's Most Valuable Offensive Player by vote of teammates … Named to the Football Writers Association of America's freshman All-America team… First in WAC in passing efficiency (157.1) and second in total offense (265.8) and average passing yards per game (268.2) … Completed 281-of-405 passes for 3,486 yards with 25 touchdowns and 10 interceptions … Had 69.4 percent completion rate, best in WAC … In third start of his career, led Broncos to 37-32 win at Oregon, completing 25-of-37 passes for 386 yards and three touchdowns … Was named Walter Camp Football Foundation Bowl Subdivision National Offense Player of the Week and WAC Offensive Player of the Week and earned a 'Helmet Sticker' from ESPN'.com following Oregon game … Also named WAC Player of Week for performance against Louisiana Tech (20-for-28, 325 yards, two TD passes) in Boise State's 38-3 victory. 2007: Redshirted.
Matt Paradis heading into rSr season: A closer look at the Broncos' picks: Round 6/207 - Matt Paradis, C, 6-3, 306, Boise State...The Broncos' initial assessment of Paradis changed after they learned he weighed over 300 pounds, and not 280 as they initially thought. The intelligent Paradis will face a challenge in sticking on the 53-man roster, but if the Broncos can retain him on the practice squad, he could become their center-in-waiting. - The Sports Xchange
Ian Johnson heading into rSr season: 2007: 11 GP; 11 GS; Rush: 207-1041-5-16; Rec: 25-312-12.5-1; Named first-team All-Western Athletic Conference…Finished the season rushing for 1,041 yards and 16 touchdowns on 207 carries despite missing two full games, and seeing limited action in a third due to injuries…Became just the fourth running back in school history to rush for over 1,000 yards in two separate seasons and just the third to do it in back-to-back seasons…Moved into fourth in career rushing at Boise State with 3,417 yards, while ranking second in career touchdowns (46), second in rushing touchdowns (45), fourth in scoring (278 points), fifth in rushing attempts (603) and third in 100-yard games (14)…Is 13th all-time in the WAC in rushing, while ranking fourth in rushing touchdowns, sixth in touchdowns scored and 17th in points scored…Caught a career-high 25 passes for 312 yards and one touchdown... 2006: 12 GP; 12 GS; Rush: 277-1713-6.2-25; Rec: 8-55-6.9-0; All_American, 1st team All-WAC in '06. Hospitalized in Nov '06 w/partially collapsed left lung…still played in bowl game. Also suffered broken ribs and torn knee ligament...named a semifinalist for the Doak Walker Award…One of 10 "Players to Watch" for the 2006 Walter Camp Player of the Year Award…Finished the regular season leading the nation in scoring (12.67 ppg) and touchdowns (25), while ranking second in the country in rushing (142.83 ypg), fourth in rushing yards and fifth in all-purpose rushing (147.42 ypg)…Led the Western Athletic Conference in rushing and scoring, while finishing second in all-purpose yards and ninth in total offense (142.83 ypg)…Set new Boise State single-season rushing record with 1,713 yards on 277 carries... 2005: 13 GP; 0 GS; Rush: 119-663-5.6-4; Rec: 4-21-5.2-0; Part of Boise State's tailback by committee…Finished the season second on the team in rushing with 663 yards and four touchdowns…Led the Broncos in rushing in seven of their 13 games, including their first five... 2004: Redshirted for the Broncos...Originally signed with Boise State in February 2004.
Austin Pettis heading into Sr season: 2010: Pettis leaves Boise State as the school's all-time leader in receptions with 229 and touchdown catches with 39. The two-time first-team All-WAC selection also ranks second on the school's all-time receiving yards list with 2,838 for his career. As a senior, Pettis reeled in 71 catches for 951 yards and 10 touchdowns. He was part of a Bronco offense that ranked second in the nation in scoring offense, averaging 46.67 points a game during the regular season. In the Broncos' 26-3 victory over Utah in the Las Vegas Bowl, Pettis saved his best for last-reeling in 12 catches for 147 yards and a touchdown...2009: Earned first-team All-WAC honors after establishing himself as a go-to receiver for the Broncos… Tallied 63 catches and 14 touchdowns in 12 games, both are career highs for a single season…Ranked fourth in WAC for average yards received per game (65.8), tied for fifth in receptions per game (4.85) and sixth in scoring (TDs) averaging 6.4 points per game…Suffered an injury against Nevada that forced him to miss the final game of the regular season…Came back and played in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl against TCU with his only reception coming on a successful third down play for five yards…Broke the school record for single season receiving touchdowns (14) after catching four TD passes against Idaho, which also tied the school record for single game receiving TDs ... 2008: Named second-team All-WAC after outstanding sophomore season ... Caught 49 passes for 567 yards, averaging 11.6 yards per catch and 43.6 yards per game ... Ranked ninth in WAC for average yards receiving per game (53.1) in eight league games... Average of 4.50 catches per game in conference play finished eighth in WAC... Led Bronco receiving corps with nine touchdowns ... Nine TD receptions are tied for seventh on Boise State's all-time single-season list ... 2007: One of five true freshmen, two of whom were wide receivers, to play for Broncos ... Finished season second on team with 46 reception ... Finished second on team with six TD catches and third with 465 yards receiving ... Recorded 34 of his catches in the last five games.
Nate Potter heading into rSr season: A closer look at the Cardinals' picks: Round 7/ 221 - Nate Potter, OT, 6-5, 303, Boise State...A three-year starter and a steady player. A developmental project, the Cardinals won't expect him to play any time soon. - The Sports Xchange
Ryan Winterswyk heading into rSr season: 2010: Started each of the Broncos’ 12 games at defensive end in his final collegiate campaign…named first-team All-Western Athletic Conference for the third-consecutive year…also saw action at tight end due to injuries…nominated for the inaugural Burlsworth Trophy, recognizing college football’s most outstanding player whom began his career as a walk-on…registered 42 tackles (19 solo) on the season, including 7.0 tackles-for-loss and 2.5 sacks…Winterswyk enjoyed a highly decorated career at defensive end with the Broncos after joining the program as a walk-on in 2006. He became a three-time first team All-WAC honoree after starting 43 games in four seasons. Winterswyk finished his career ranked fourth at Boise State in career tackles for loss (44.5) and fifth in career sacks (21.5). He also recorded 168 tackles for his career...2009: Named first-team All-WAC for the second consecutive season after recording 41 tackles, 17 tackles for loss and nine quarterback sacks...His nine sacks is a career high for one season....Second in the WAC in sacks and tackles for loss, and ninth in fumbles recovered...Tied for sixth on the all-time Boise State list for quarterback sacks at 19 with Chris Shepherd (1990-91/93-94) and Joe O'Brrien (1993-94)...His 17 tackles for loss is 10th best in one season at Boise State...Has 37.5 career tackles for loss to rank sixth on the all-time Bronco list...2008: Earned first-team All-WAC honors following outstanding sophomore season ... Named Boise State's co-Most Valuable Defensive Player with safety Ellis Powers by vote of teammates ... Led team with 11.5 tackles for loss for minus-48 yards and 4.5 sacks for minus-33 yards ... Had 40 total tackles (22 unassisted tackles and 18 assisted) to finish with the most on the team among linemen ... Seventh in the WAC in tackles for loss and eighth in sacks ... Had six pass breakups, most among linemen, and two forced fumbles ...2007: Honorable mention Freshman All-America selection by Sporting News ... Named 2007 most outstanding defensive lineman ... Finished season with 43 tackles, a team-best nine tackles for loss, 5.5 sacks, a fumble recovery and four pass breakups ...2006: Redshirted...Walked on to the Boise State program in January.
Winston Venable heading into Sr season: 2009: Made late fourth quarter interception to close out Boise State's 17-10 win over TCU in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl...Boise State's top tackler in the bowl game with eight, all unassisted...In his first year at Boise State earned second-team All-WAC honors at linebacker...Started all 14 games at the nickel position for the Boise State defense...Ranked among WAC leaders for average tackles per game with 4.5...Finished third on the team in tackles, tallying 63 total with 42 being unassisted...Was also third on the team in tackles for loss with 8.0...Recorded three pass breakups and one interception, which he returned 30 yards for a touchdown against Fresno State...Recorded multiple tackles in 13 games...JUCO: Transferred to Boise State from Glendale Community College in Glendale, Ariz...Named first team All-America, first team All-Arizona as a defensive back at Glendale CC...Also named first team All-Western State Football League as a punter last season...Finished his sophomore year with 94 tackles, after recording 97 tackles as a freshman.
*Jeremy Childs heading into rJr season: 2007: Named first-team All-Western Athletic Conference...Put together one of best seasons by a wide receiver in Boise State history...Set school record for catches in a season with 82...Caught at least four passes in all 12 regular season games...Became just seventh receiver in school history to have more than 1,000 receiving yards in a season...Finished season with 1,045 yards receiving, fifth most in school history, and nine touchdowns, tied for seventh most in school history...2006: Finished sixth on team with 14 catches for 152 yards and a touchdown...2005: Redshirted.
Brandyn Thompson heading into Sr season: 2010: Started each of the Broncos’ 12 games in his final collegiate campaign…named All-Western Athletic Conference Second Team…registered 30 tackles (19 solo) on the season, including 2.0 tackles-for-loss…season-high six tackles against both No. 10 Virginia Tech (Sept. 6) in the season opener and No. 19 Nevada (Nov. 26)… multiple tackles in eight games…TFLs came against the Hokies and Fresno State (Nov. 12)…forced a fumble against the Wolf Pack and recovered one against Toledo (Oct. 9)…had three interceptions on the season, including two at Idaho (Nov. 12)…other pick came against the Rockets…moved into a tie for eighth on the Broncos’ career interceptions list (13)…had seven pass break-ups, including two-each against the Hokies and the Vandals...Thompson is coming off his third consecutive year starting at defensive back for the Broncos in which he earned second team All-Western Athletic Conference honors. Thompson started 40 games for Boise State over the past three seasons. He finished his career with 146 tackles and 13 interceptions...2009: Started all 14 games at cornerback for the Broncos... Named Defensive Player of the Game at the 39th Annual Tostitos Fiesta Bowl after putting up his best performance of the season as he registered seven tackles and picked off two-passes, returning one 51-yards for the Broncos first score of the game...Finished the season with 45 tackles (29 unassisted)...Led the team with the most interceptions with six...Finished second in the WAC in interceptions...Recorded three pass breakups...2008: Intercepted three passes against Hawai'i, second-most in one game in Boise State history ... Finished season with 54 tackles (38 unassisted and 16 assisted), sixth-best total on the team ... Finished regular season with five tackles for loss for minus-17 yards and four interceptions and 43 yards in returns...2007: One of five true freshmen to play in 2007 ... Backup defensive back and special teams player... Finished with 16 tackles.
Tommy Gallarda heading into rSr season: 2009: Started 12 of 14 games for the Broncos at tight end...Caught nine passes on the season for 110 yards and four touchdowns...2008: Caught one pass in six different games for 65 yards and two touchdowns for Broncos ... 2007: Backup tight end ... Played in three games, finishing with three catches for 19 yards ...2006: Redshirted.
Jeremy Avery heading into rSr season: 2009: Named second-team All-WAC offense after leading the Broncos in rushing yards with 1,151 and carries with 209 - both career highs...Second on the team in rushing touchdowns with 6...1,151 rushing yards was seventh best season mark in school history...Has 2,437 career rushing yards to rank sixth all-time at Boise State...Averaged 82.2 yards per game and 5.5 yards per carry on the season...Ranked seventh in WAC in rushing and 10th in all-purpose yards...2008: Broncos' second-leading rusher with 111 carries for 639 yards ... Set school record with 14.2 average yards per carry (156 yards on 11 carries) against Idaho ... Had touchdown runs of 57 and 17 yards against Idaho ... Averaged 47.2 yards total offense per game, good for 19th in WAC ... Was 13th in WAC with average of 83 all-purpose yards per game ... Scored four touchdowns ... Averaged 5.5 yards per carry and 47.2 yards per game ... Caught 16 passes for 226 yards, averaging 14.1 yards per catch ...2007: Put together fourth-best season ever by freshman running back, rushing for 672 yards and eight TDs ... Averaged 6.5 yards per carry for season, second-best average in school history ... Also had 14 catches for 153 yards and two touchdowns and a two-point conversion ... Finished regular season with three 100-yard rushing games ...2006: Redshirted.
Vinny Perretta heading into rSr season: 2007: 4 GP; 4 GS; Rush: 5-30-6-1; Rec: 9-120-13.3-0; 1 Sol-1 TT; Missed most of 2007 season with a left shoulder injury...2006: 13 GP; 0 GS; Rush: 55-316-5.7-3; Rec: 17-124-7.3-2; Developed into a multifaceted weapon for the Broncos play wide receiver and running back…Finished third on the team in rushing with 314 yards and three touchdowns on 53 carries, while finishing fifth on the team in receiving with 16 catches for 121 yards and two touchdowns…His five touchdowns were fourth on the team... 2005: 13 GP; 0 GS; Rush: 12-169-14.1-0; PR: 1-(-10)-(-10)-0 KR: 6-138-23-0; Part of Boise State's wide receiver rotation…Played in all 13 Bronco games catching 12 passes for 169 yards…Also returned six kicks for 138 yards and made four tackles... 2004: Named Offensive Scout Team Player of the Year...Redshirted for the Broncos after walking on prior to the 2004 season.
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