According to a report by the Idaho Statesman, former Boise State defensive players Shea McClellin and Billy Winn have signed four-year contracts with the Chicago Bears and Cleveland Browns, respectively.
McClellin, an Idaho native, selected No. 19 in the draft, posted on his Twitter account: "Signed, Sealed, Delivered.... #BearDown." According the Statesman story, McClellin's contract "is worth more than $8.26 million with more than $7.5 million in guaranteed money."
McClellin is listed as a defensive end for the Bears and coach Lovie Smith, in a story on the homepage of the Bears Friday, said, "That’s all he’ll be playing for us. If you watched practice today, I don’t think you saw him pass-dropping or anything like that. He had his hand down in the dirt, trying to become a better pass-rusher, and that’s what it’s all about. You have to be able to get pressure on the quarterback. We feel like we’ve gotten better with our pass rush by bringing him in.”
"It’s good to get it out of the way,” McClellin said in the Statesman report. "My agents did a great job getting it [done] before camp started. I trusted them to do everything and they did a good job."
Another former BSU player, tight end Kyle Efaw, is reportedly in camp with the Oakland Raiders. Efaw, at 6'4", 227 pounds, is also an Idaho native. For his career at BSU, Efaw had 103 receptions for 1,269 yards and 13 touchdowns, according to BSU's official site.