It has become an annual tradition for Boise State fans to tune into the NFL combine coverage to see how former Broncos fare among the best of the best. This year is no different, with three players taking part in the drills, the measurements and the interviews.
Offensive center Matt Paradis, offensive tackle Charles Leno Jr. and defensive end Demarcus Lawrence all participated in the 2014 event. Of the three former Boise State players participating, it was Paradis who had the most to gain.
The NFL combine is a grueling process for each player as they are asked to perform several drills testing speed, agility and overall athletic ability. They are also put through a litany of interviews by various NFL teams, and the spotlight itself can prove daunting for players used to playing football as a team sport.
Let's look at each one of these former Broncos' performances in the combine in an effort to assign them a grade and determine how it will affect their NFL futures.
All combine results via NFL.com unless otherwise noted.
All draft projections and positional rankings via NFLDraftScout.com unless otherwise noted.