Chris Morrison-US PRESSWIRE
The offensive line for Boise State has become a solid foundation for much of the success the team has had. When you look back on the history of the Broncos, it is hard to argue that the best offensive linemen to ever play for BSU did so in the last decade.
Guard: Andrew Woodruff 2005-2008
Andrew Woodruff was a tough, hard-nosed blocker who didn't back down. He started only three games as a redshirt freshman, but he would go on to start nearly every game after that.
He was a reliable force and was named to the Blue Ribbon College Yearbook preseason All-WAC team before his senior campaign.
Woodruff was drafted into the CFL as the 12th pick overall. He is currently a member of the Montreal Alouettes.
Guard: Rob Vian 2000-2003
Vian was a guard who was part of a very potent Boise State offense. Blocking for Ryan Dinwiddie and Brock Forsey, he was a key member on a very powerful offensive line.
He was an All-WAC player with much heart and determination.
Center: Scott Huff 1999-2002
Scott Huff is currently the tight ends, fullbacks and special teams coordinator for Boise State. He was also an excellent player for the Broncos.
Huff started 40 games at center for the Broncos in his career, according to BroncoSports.com. He was a first-team All-WAC selection as a senior and was even named to the 35th Anniversary Team in 2005.
Tackle: Ryan Clady 2005-2007
Ryan Clady left Boise State before his senior year, but that was only to become a first-round draft choice of the Denver Broncos. The 12th overall pick of the 2008 draft, Clady has become a force for Denver. He is a two-time Pro Bowl selection and a two-time All-Pro.
He has certainly proved that his time at Boise State was not a fluke. He was a dominant player and was instrumental in protecting Zabransky and clearing the way for Ian Johnson.
Tackle: Daryn Colledge 2002-2005
Daryn Colldge was a four-year starter for Boise State. He was named an All-American as a junior and a three-time All-WAC selection.
Colledge was selected in the second round of the 2006 NFL draft by the Green Bay Packers, where he became a starter and was part of a Super Bowl championship team.
In 2011 Colledge moved to Arizona to play for the Cardinals. He also made headlines in early 2012 when he donated a very generous $150,000 to Boise State for their new weight rooms (h/t IdahoStatesman.com).
There are certainly many more players who could be considered for this list. You might have your idea of who belongs. It is very difficult to narrow down such a talented group of individuals for such a small list.