As the Boise State football teams works its way through the second week of spring practices, things are starting to heat up on the blue turf.
Practice with helmets and shoulder pads. 11-on-11 drills. More intense workouts and individual drills.
As a result, it is natural to start evaluating the players and their progress.
Similar to last week, we’ll take a look at which players are making the most of the spring, while also looking at a few who may not or cannot use the spring to their advantage.
As a reminder, players who have shown improvement or who are doing well in practices are eligible for “stock rising” status. Because it is difficult to tell who isn’t performing as well in these drills, players who receive “stock falling” status are those who may be affected by another player that is making positive strides.
In addition to the identification of the player, a short explanation of the stock direction will also be given. Also, like the Week 1 report, everything is fair game for a stock change; that includes facilities, coaches and even things such as the playbook.
Let’s take a look at the stock report after Week 2 of practices in Boise.