Predicting Former Boise State Players' 2014 NFL Combine Performance

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Predicting Former Boise State Players' 2014 NFL Combine Performance
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The Boise State football program has sent a steady stream of talent into the NFL in recent years. Doug Martin, Kyle Wilson, Ryan Clady, George Iloka, Jeron Johnson, Shea McClellin, Austin Pettis and Tyrone Crawford, just to name a few, are currently on NFL rosters.

This season another group of former Broncos will make their way into the NFL ranks. Some of them will be undrafted free agents, but others will hear their names called as the draft progresses.

Of the former Boise State players most likely to be drafted, a trio will showcase their talents in the 2014 NFL Scouting Combine. 

Offensive lineman Charles Leno Jr., center Matt Paradis and defensive end Demarcus Lawrence received invitations. It is a big opportunity for each to turn some heads, get recognized and raise his stock. 

Let's attempt to predict how each player will perform, and which of the three has the greatest chance to raise his draft stock. 

 

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