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2015 Boise State Broncos football team

The 2015 Boise State Broncos football team represented Boise State University during the 2015 NCAA Division I FBS football season. The Broncos were led by second-year head coach Bryan Harsin and played their home games at Albertsons Stadium. They were members of the Mountain West Conference in the Mountain Division. They finished the season 9–4, 5–3 in Mountain West play to finish in a four-way tie for second place in the Mountain Division. They were invited to the Poinsettia Bowl where they defeated Northern Illinois.

2015 Boise State Broncos football
Boise State "B" logo.svg
Poinsettia Bowl champion
ConferenceMountain West Conference
DivisionMountain Division
2015 record9–4 (5–3 MW)
Head coachBryan Harsin (2nd season)
Offensive coordinatorEliah Drinkwitz (1st season)
Offensive schemeMultiple
Defensive coordinatorMarcel Yates (2nd season)
Base defenseMultiple
Home stadiumAlbertsons Stadium
(Capacity: 36,387)
Seasons
← 2014
2016 →
2015 Mountain West football standings
Conf     Overall
Team   W   L         W   L  
Mountain Division
Air Force x   6 2         8 6  
New Mexico   5 3         7 6  
Utah State   5 3         6 7  
Boise State   5 3         9 4  
Colorado State   5 3         7 6  
Wyoming   2 6         2 10  
West Division
San Diego State x$   8 0         11 3  
Nevada   4 4         7 6  
San Jose State   4 4         6 7  
Fresno State   2 6         3 9  
UNLV   2 6         3 9  
Hawaii   0 8         3 10  
Championship: San Diego State 27, Air Force 24
  • $ – Conference champion
  • x – Division champion/co-champions
Rankings from AP Poll

PreseasonEdit

Award watch listsEdit

Listed in the order that they were released.

Paul Hornung Award – Sr. WR Shane Williams-Rhodes[1]

Chuck Bednarik Award – Jr. DE Kamalei Correa & Sr. S Darian Thompson[2]

Rimington Trophy – Sr. C Marcus Henry[3]

Outland Trophy – Sr. C Marcus Henry[4]

Bronko Nagurski Trophy – Jr. DE Kamalei Correa & Sr. S Darian Thompson[5]

Jim Thorpe Award – Sr. CB Donte Deayon & Sr. S Darian Thompson[6]

Lombardi Award – Jr. DE Kamalei Correa, Sr. C Marcus Henry, Sr. OL Rees Odhiambo & Jr. LB Tanner Vallejo[7]

Fred Biletnikoff Award – Jr. WR Thomas Sperbeck[8]

Wuerffel Trophy – Sr. WR Shane Williams-Rhodes[9]

Walter Camp Award – Sr. S Darian Thompson[10]

Mountain West media daysEdit

At the Mountain West media days, held at the Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Broncos were picked as the overwhelming favorites to win the Mountain Division title, receiving 28 of a possible 30 first place votes.[11] Sr. C Marcus Henry and Sr. OL Rees Odhiambo were selected to the all-conference first team offense. Jr. DE Kamalei Correa, Jr. LB Tanner Vallejo, Sr. CB Donte Deayon and Sr. S Darian Thompson were selected to the all-conference first team defense.[12]

Media pollEdit

Mountain DivisionEdit

  1. Boise State – 177 (28)
  2. Utah State – 150 (2)
  3. Colorado State – 108
  4. Air Force – 90
  5. Wyoming – 64
  6. New Mexico – 41

ScheduleEdit

DateTimeOpponentRankSiteTVResultAttendance
September 48:15 p.m.Washington*No. 23ESPNW 16–1336,836
September 128:15 p.m.at BYU*No. 20ESPN2L 24–3563,470
September 187:00 p.m.Idaho State*
  • Albertsons Stadium
  • Boise, ID (Battle for the Liberty Bell)
CBSSNW 52–033,868
September 256:00 p.m.at Virginia*ESPNW 56–1442,427
October 38:15 p.m.Hawaii
  • Albertsons Stadium
  • Boise, ID
ESPN2W 55–035,907
October 105:00 p.m.at Colorado StateNo. 25CBSSNW 41–1026,117
October 167:00 p.m.at Utah StateNo. 21CBSSNL 26–5222,509
October 248:15 p.m.Wyoming 
  • Albertsons Stadium
  • Boise, ID
ESPN2W 34–1431,946
October 311:30 p.m.at UNLVESPNUW 55–2714,315
November 148:15 p.m.New Mexico
  • Albertsons Stadium
  • Boise, ID
ESPNUL 24–3132,780
November 207:30 p.m.Air Force
  • Albertsons Stadium
  • Boise, ID
ESPN2L 30–3730,332
November 271:30 p.m.at San Jose StateCBSSNW 40–2315,770
December 232:30 p.m.vs. Northern Illinois*ESPNW 55–721,501
  • *Non-conference game
  •  Homecoming
  • Rankings from AP Poll released prior to the game
  • All times are in Mountain time
Schedule Source:[13]

Game summariesEdit

WashingtonEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Huskies 0 0 10 3 13
No. 24 Broncos 6 10 0 0 16
Overall record Last meeting Result
1–2 2013 WASH, 38–6
Uniform Combination
Helmet Jersey Pants

at BYUEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
No. 22 Broncos 7 3 14 0 24
Cougars 7 0 7 21 35
Overall record Last meeting Result
4–1 2014 BSU, 55–30
Uniform Combination
Helmet Jersey Pants
  • Passing leaders: Ryan Finley (BSU): 25–38, 297 YDS, 1 TD, 3 INT; Tanner Mangum (BYU): 17–28, 309 YDS, 2 TD, 2 INT.
  • Rushing leaders: Jeremy McNichols (BSU): 15 CAR, 46 YDS, 2 TD; Adam Hine (BYU): 19 CAR, 93 YDS, 1 TD.
  • Receiving leaders: Shane William-Rhodes (BSU): 11 REC, 107 YDS; Mitchell Juergens (BYU): 4 REC, 172 YDS, 2 TD.

Idaho StateEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Bengals 0 0 0 0 0
Broncos 14 7 28 3 52
Overall record Last meeting Result
24–6 2008 BSU, 49–7
Uniform Combination
Helmet Jersey Pants
  • Passing leaders: Brett Rypien (BSU): 8–9, 126 YDS; Michael Sanders (ISU): 21–42, 169 YDS, 1 INT.
  • Rushing leaders: Jeremy McNichols (BSU): 15 CAR, 69 YDS, 3 TD; Xavier Finney (ISU): 14 CAR, 38 YDS.
  • Receiving leaders: Thomas Sperbeck (BSU): 7 REC, 99 YDS; Madison Mangum (ISU): 7 REC, 98 YDS.

In the first quarter, starting quarterback Ryan Finley left the game after fracturing his right ankle. He was expected to miss eight weeks.[14] However, he did not return in the 2015 season. The last two Boise State starting quarterbacks to miss time with injuries were also from broken right ankles (Ryan Dinwiddie in 2002 and Joe Southwick in 2013).

at VirginiaEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Broncos 17 12 17 10 56
Cavaliers 7 7 0 0 14
Overall record Last meeting Result
First meeting
Uniform Combination
Helmet Jersey Pants
  • Passing leaders: Brett Rypien (BSU): 24–35, 321 YDS, 3 TD; Matt Johns (UVA): 12–25, 199 YDS, 2 TD, 2 INT
  • Rushing leaders: Jeremy McNichols (BSU): 9 CAR, 69 YDS, 1 TD; Daniel Hamm (UVA): 8 CAR, 22 YDS
  • Receiving leaders: Thomas Sperbeck (BSU): 5 REC, 121 YDS, 2 TD; Taquan Mizzell (UVA): 5 REC, 59 YDS, 1 TD

HawaiiEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Rainbow Warriors 0 0 0 0 0
Broncos 14 35 3 3 55
Overall record Last meeting Result
10–3 2012 BSU, 49–14
Uniform Combination
Helmet Jersey Pants
 
Jeremy McNichols during a 13-yard TD run in the 2nd quarter.
  • Passing leaders: Brett Rypien (BSU): 19–25, 271 YDS, 3 TD; Max Wittek (UH): 7–24, 66 YDS, 2 INT.
  • Rushing leaders: Jeremy McNichols (BSU): 20 CAR, 108 YDS, 2 TD; Steven Lakalaka (UH): 8 CAR, 34 YDS.
  • Receiving leaders: Chaz Anderson (BSU): 5 REC, 95 YDS, 1 TD; Marcus Kemp (UH): 5 REC, 39 YDS.

at Colorado StateEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
No. 24 Broncos 17 10 7 7 41
Rams 0 10 0 0 10
Overall record Last meeting Result
4–0 2014 BSU, 37–24
Uniform Combination
Helmet Jersey Pants
 
Boise State on offense in the first half.
  • Passing leaders: Brett Rypien (BSU): 22–35, 339 YDS, 1 TD, 1 INT; Coleman Key (CSU): 5–19, 56 YDS, 1 TD, 2 INT.
  • Rushing leaders: Jeremy McNichols (BSU): 17 CAR, 104 YDS, 2 TD; Jasen Oden, Jr. (CSU): 19 CAR, 52 YDS.
  • Receiving leaders: Thomas Sperbeck (BSU): 5 REC, 178 YDS, 2 TD; Rashard Higgins (CSU): 3 REC, 42 YDS.

at Utah StateEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
No. 20 Broncos 3 7 7 9 26
Aggies 17 28 7 0 52
Overall record Last meeting Result
15–4 2014 BSU, 50–19
Uniform Combination
Helmet Jersey Pants
  • Passing leaders: Brett Rypien (BSU): 25–50, 299 YDS, 3 INT; Kent Myers (USU): 17–24, 157 YDS, 3 TD.
  • Rushing leaders: Kelsey Young (BSU): 20 CAR, 60 YDS, 2 TD; Devante Mays (USU): 11 CAR, 63 YDS, 1 TD.
  • Receiving leaders: Thomas Sperbeck (BSU): 6 REC, 156 YDS; Hunter Sharp (USU): 7 REC, 42 YDS, 2 TD.

WyomingEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Cowboys 0 7 0 7 14
Broncos 17 7 10 0 34
Overall record Last meeting Result
9–0 2014 BSU, 63–14
Uniform Combination
Helmet Jersey Pants
  • Passing leaders: Brett Rypien (BSU): 22–28, 211 YDS, 3 TD; Cameron Coffman (WYO): 8–13, 70 YDS, 1 TD, 1 INT.
  • Rushing leaders: Jeremy McNichols (BSU): 33 CAR, 166 YDS, 1 TD; Brian Hill (WYO): 23 CAR, 76 YDS.
  • Receiving leaders: Thomas Sperbeck (BSU): 6 REC, 84 YDS, 2 TD; Jake Maulhardt (WYO): 6 REC, 76 YDS, 1 TD.

at UNLVEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Broncos 10 14 3 28 55
Rebels 3 14 3 7 27
Overall record Last meeting Result
5–3 2012 BSU, 32–7
Uniform Combination
Helmet Jersey Pants
  • Passing leaders: Brett Rypien (BSU): 35–52, 469 YDS, 2 TD; Blake Decker (UNLV): 29–50, 357 YDS, 2 INT.
  • Rushing leaders: Jeremy McNichols (BSU): 22 CAR, 122 YDS, 1 TD; Xzaviar Campbell (UNLV): 9 CAR, 29 YDS, 1 TD.
  • Receiving leaders: Thomas Sperbeck (BSU): 10 REC, 163 YDS; Devonte Boyd (UNLV): 10 REC, 116 YDS.

New MexicoEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Lobos 7 7 3 14 31
Broncos 0 3 7 14 24
Overall record Last meeting Result
6–0 2014 BSU, 60–49
Uniform Combination
Helmet Jersey Pants
  • Passing leaders: Brett Rypien (BSU): 4175, 506 YDS, 2 TD, 3 INT; Austin Apodaca (UNM): 8–12, 172 YDS, 1 INT.
  • Rushing leaders: Jeremy McNichols (BSU): 26 CAR, 128 YDS, 1 TD; Jhurell Pressley (UNM): 9 CAR, 132 YDS, 1 TD.
  • Receiving leaders: Thomas Sperbeck (BSU): 20 REC, 281 YDS; Delane Hart-Johnson (UNM): 1 REC, 81 YDS.

Air ForceEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Falcons 3 21 10 3 37
Broncos 13 0 7 10 30
Overall record Last meeting Result
2–1 2014 AF, 28–14
Uniform Combination
Helmet Jersey Pants
  • Passing leaders: Brett Rypien (BSU): 23–48, 237 YDS, 1 TD; Karson Roberts (AF): 9–16, 279 YDS, 2 TD, 3 INT.
  • Rushing leaders: Jeremy McNichols (BSU): 20 CAR, 151 YDS, 1 TD; Jacobi Owens (AF): 9 CAR, 132 YDS.
  • Receiving leaders: Thomas Sperbeck (BSU): 7 REC, 79 YDS, 1 TD; Garrett Griffin (AF): 3 REC, 107 YDS, 1 TD.

at San Jose StateEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Broncos 0 9 7 24 40
Spartans 3 7 0 13 23
Overall record Last meeting Result
11–0 2010 BSU, 48–0
Uniform Combination
Helmet Jersey Pants
  • Passing leaders: Brett Rypien (BSU): 25–33, 197 YDS, 2 TD; Kenny Potter (SJSU): 28–41, 336 YDS, 3 TD, 2 INT.
  • Rushing leaders: Jeremy McNichols (BSU): 20 CAR, 192 YDS, 2 TD; Tyler Ervin (SJSU): 11 CAR, 52 YDS.
  • Receiving leaders: Thomas Sperbeck (BSU): 6 REC, 45 YDS; Billy Freeman (SJSU): 7 REC, 109 YDS, 1 TD.

Northern Illinois–Poinsettia BowlEdit

1 2 3 4 Total
Broncos 21 10 10 14 55
Huskies 0 7 0 0 7
Overall record Last meeting Result
First meeting
Uniform Combination
Helmet Jersey Pants
  • Passing leaders: Brett Rypien (BSU): 29–40, 377 YDS, 3 TD, 1 INT; Ryan Graham (NIU): 7–21, 38 YDS.
  • Rushing leaders: Jeremy McNichols (BSU): 19 CAR, 93 YDS, 2 TD; Joel Bouagnon (NIU): 8 CAR, 16 YDS.
  • Receiving leaders: Jeremy McNichols (BSU): 5 REC, 96 YDS, 1 TD; Kenny Golladay (NIU): 3 REC, 12 YDS.

Boise State out-gained Northern Illinois 654–33 in total yards. Boise State had 2 more first downs (35) than Northern Illinois had in total yards.

RankingsEdit

Ranking movements
Legend: ██ Increase in ranking. ██ Decrease in ranking.
NR = Not ranked. RV = Received votes. ( ) = First place votes.
Week
Poll Pre 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Final 
AP 23 20 RV RV RV 25 21 RV NR RV RV NR NR NR NR RV 
Coaches 24 22 RV RV RV 24 20 RV RV RV RV NR NR NR NR RV 
CFP Not released NR NR NR NR NR NR Not released

Scores by quarterEdit

All opponents

1 2 3 4 Total
Boise State 139 127 120 122 508
Opponents 47 108 40 68 263

Mountain West opponents

1 2 3 4 Total
Boise State 57 78 34 95 264
MW Opponents 33 87 20 44 184

Post-season awardsEdit

Mountain West Freshman of the YearEdit

Brett Rypien – Fr. QB (first Boise State player to win MW freshman of the year award)

Mountain West first teamEdit

Offense

Brett Rypien – Fr. QB

Thomas Sperbeck – Jr. WR

Marcus Henry – Sr. OL

Rees Odhiambo – Sr. OL

Tyler Rausa – Jr. K

Defense

Darian Thompson – Sr. DB

Mountain West second teamEdit

Offense

Jeremy McNichols – So. RB

Jake Roh – So. TE

Defense

Kamalei Correa – Jr. DL

Donte Deayon – Sr. DB

Mountain West honorable mentionEdit

Tyler Horn – Sr. DL

Tanner Vallejo – Jr. LB

Mario Yakoo – Jr. OL

Award Reference:[15]

Coaching staffEdit

Name Position Consecutive seasons at
Boise State in current position
Bryan Harsin Head coach 2nd
Kent Riddle Associate Head Coach, Tight Ends, Special Teams Coordinator 2nd
Steve Caldwell Assistant Head Coach, Defensive Line 2nd
Eliah Drinkwitz Offensive coordinator, Quarterbacks 1st
Marcel Yates Defensive coordinator, Safeties 2nd
Junior Adams Wide Receivers 2nd
Andy Avalos Linebackers 4th
Julius Brown Secondary 2nd
Scott Huff Offensive Line 2nd
Lee Marks Running Backs 1st
Jeff Pitman Strength and Conditioning Coach 1st
Reference:[16]

RosterEdit

No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cls. Hometown (H.S./Prev. Exp.)
1 Shane Williams-Rhodes WR 5–6 173 Sr. Spring, TX (Klein Collins HS)
2 Jonathan Moxey CB 5–10 188 Jr. West Palm Beach, FL (Dwyer HS)
3 Chanceller James S 6–2 216 Jr. Spring Valley, CA (Calvert Hall College High School HS)
3 Thomas Stuart QB 5–11 196 So. Baltimore, MD (Steele Canyon HS, Butte JC)
4 Brett Rypien QB 6–2 199 Fr. Spokane, WA (Shadle Park HS)
4 Darian Thompson S 6–2 212 Sr. Lancaster, CA (Paraclete HS)
5 Garrett Collingham QB 6–4 202 Fr. Meridian, ID (Mountain View HS)
5 Donte Deayon CB 5–9 155 Sr. Rialto, CA (Summit HS)
6 Chaz Anderson WR 5–10 186 Jr. Los Angeles, CA (Loyola HS)
7 Joe Martarano MLB 6–3 228 So. Fruitland, ID (Fruitland HS)
7 Anthony Upshaw QB 5–11 180 Fr. Moorpark, CA (Moorpark HS)
8 Kamalei Correa DL 6–3 248 Jr. Honolulu, HI (Saint Louis School)
8 Sean Modster WR 5–11 187 Fr. Mission Viejo, CA (Mission Viejo HS)
9 Bryan Jefferson WR 5–11 188 Fr. Leesburg, FL (Leesburg HS)
9 Mercy Maston CB 5–11 208 Sr. Bakersfield, CA (Bakersfield HS, Bakersfield JC)
10 Cory Young RB 5–10 200 Fr. Norco, CA (Norco HS)
13 Jeremy McNichols RB 5–9 205 So. Norco, CA (Santa Margarita HS)
14 Tyler Horton CB 5–11 172 Fr. Norco, CA (Edison HS)
15 Ryan Finley QB 6–4 200 So. Phoenix, AZ (Paradise Valley HS)
15 Evan Tyler S 6–2 181 Fr. Corona, CA (Eleanor Roosevelt HS)
16 Taylor Pope WR 6–0 183 Jr. La Quinta, CA (La Quinta HS)
17 Brandon Brown S 5–11 198 So. Phoenix, AZ (Sandra Day O'Connor HS)
17 Austin Cottrell WR 6–2 206 So. Phoenix, AZ (Mountain Ridge HS, Scottsdale CC)
18 Jabril Frazier DE 6–4 232 Fr. Los Angeles, CA (Verbum Dei HS)
18 Alex Ogle QB 6–3 206 Fr. Palm City, FL (Jensen Beach HS)
19 Sean Wale P 6-2 185 Jr. La Habra, CA (La Habra HS)
20 Terrell Johnson WR 5–9 173 Sr. Montgomery, AL (San Clemente High School HS, Saddleback JC)
20 Tanner Vallejo LB 6–1 230 Jr. Penn Valley, CA (Nevada Union HS)
21 Ladarryl Blair CB 5–11 188 Fr. Dallas, TX (South Oak Cliff HS)
21 Jack Fields RB 5–9 194 Sr. El Paso, TX (Americas HS)
22 Drew Berger LB 6–1 220 Fr. Coeur d'Alene, ID (Coeur d'Alene HS)
23 Damion Wright S 6–0 204 Fr. Los Angeles, CA (Salesian HS)
24 Kameron Miles S 6–1 215 So. Mesquite, TX (West Mesquite HS, Butler CC)
25 Raymond Ford CB 5–11 183 Jr. Los Angeles, CA (Junípero Serra HS, Riverside CC)
26 Devan Demas RB 5–8 175 Jr. Houston, TX (Cypress Creek HS, Riverside CC)
26 Garrett Estrada CB 5–8 160 Fr. Santa Ana, CA (Mater Dei HS)
27 Donzale Roddie CB 5–10 190 Fr. Compton, CA (Paramount HS)
28 A.J. Richardson WR 6–0 205 Fr. Lomita, CA (Narbonne HS)
29 Dylan Sumner-Gardner S 6–1 201 So. Mesquite, TX (West Mesquite HS)
30 Isaiah Johnson CB 5–8 168 Fr. Meridian, ID (Rocky Mountain HS, Scottsdale CC)
30 Ryan Wolpin RB 5–8 191 So. Trabuco Canyon, CA (Santa Margarita HS, Northern Colorado)
31 Skyler Seibold S 6–1 192 Fr. Temecula, CA (Chaparral HS)
32 Rondell McNair DE 6–2 236 Sr. New Bern, NC (New Bern HS, Contra Costa College)
33 Gabe Perez STUD 6–4 236 Jr. Placentia, CA (Placentia HS)
34 Darreon Jackson S 5–11 187 Fr. Derby, KS (Derby HS)
35 Marquis Hendrix S 6–0 228 Fr. Ocala, FL (Trinity Catholic HS)
36 Tyler Gray WLB 6–4 232 Sr. Templeton, CA (Templeton HS)
37 Cameron Hartsfield CB 5–10 187 So. Allen, TX (Allen HS)
38 Leighton Vander Esch WLB 6–4 234 Fr. Riggins, ID (Salmon River HS)
39 Kelsey Young RB 5–10 198 Sr. Norco, CA (Norco HS, Stanford)
40 Armand Nance DT 6–0 306 Sr. Houston, TX (Dekaney High HS)
41 Will Heffner WLB 6–2 209 Fr. Boise, ID (Bishop Kelly HS)
42 Matt Cota LS 6–1 179 So. Eagle, ID (Eagle HS)
43 Joe Provenzano MLB 5–11 204 Fr. Glendora, CA (Damien HS)
44 Darren Lee MLB 6–1 229 Jr. Susanville, CA (Lassen HS)
46 Kevin Keane LS 6–0 215 Sr. Moorpark, CA (Moorpark HS, Ohio Wesleyan)
47 Matt Pistone TE 6–3 242 Fr. Yuma, AZ (Yuma Catholic HS)
47 Eric Yates CB 5–9 160 Fr. College Station, TX (A&M Consolidated HS)
48 Blake Gonzalez K 6–3 242 Fr. San Clemente, CA (San Clemente HS)
48 David Moa DL 6–3 269 Fr. San Diego, CA (Kearny HS)
49 Tyler Rausa K 5–9 183 Jr. Murrieta, CA (Vista Murrieta HS, Riverside CC)
50 Sawyer Shields DL 6–1 241 Fr. Eagle, ID (Eagle HS)
51 Ben Weaver WLB 6–0 228 Jr. Klein, TX (Klein HS)
52 Andrew Tercek OL 6–1 281 So. San Antonio, TX (East Central HS)
53 Sam Whitney DL 6–1 234 Fr. Folsom, CA (Folsom HS)
54 Matt Locher DL 6–2 252 Fr. Los Alamitos, CA (Los Alamitos HS)
55 Tutulupeatau Mataele DT 6–3 296 Sr. West Valley City, UT (Granger HS, Mt. San Antonio College)
57 Tennessee Su'esu'e OL 6–1 301 Fr. Salt Lake City, UT (East HS)
58 Robert Ash DT 6–3 288 Sr. Elk Grove, CA (Cosumnes Oaks HS)
59 Mason Hampton OL 6–3 290 So. Meridian, ID (Meridian HS)
60 Kellen Buhr OL 6–1 282 Jr. Boise, ID (Capital HS)
63 Hunter Nettles OL 6–3 318 Jr. Boise, ID (Capital HS, Snow College)
66 Mario Yakoo OL 6–4 329 Jr. San Diego, CA (Steele Canyon HS)
67 Garrett Larson OL 6–4 282 Fr. Fruitland, ID (Fruitland HS)
68 Dan Urquhart OL 6–7 324 Jr. Eden Prairie, MN (Eden Prairie HS, Alderson Broaddus)
69 Tyler Horn DT 6–5 268 Sr. Meridian, ID (Mountain View HS)
70 Steven Baggett OL 6–3 282 Jr. Arlington, TX (Martin HS)
71 Rees Odhiambo OL 6–4 309 Sr. Mansfield, TX (Mansfield HS)
72 Marcus Henry OL 6–3 292 Sr. Bellevue, WA (Bellevue HS)
73 Travis Averill OL 6–3 299 Jr. Anaheim, CA (Servite HS)
74 Archie Lewis OL 6–3 289 So. Anaheim, CA (Rancho Cucamonga HS)
76 Jerhen Ertel OL 6–6 276 Sr. Bagdad, AZ (Bagdad HS, Glendale CC)
77 John Molchon OL 6–5 295 Fr. Las Vegas, NV (Faith Lutheran HS)
78 Andres Preciado OL 6–6 277 Fr. Imperial Beach, CA (Mar Vista HS)
79 Eric Quevedo OL 6–4 297 Fr. West Covina, CA (West Covina HS)
80 D.J. Dean WR 6–1 197 So. Eagle, ID (Eagle HS)
81 Akilian Butler WR 5–10 175 Fr. Dallas, TX (West Mesquite HS)
82 Thomas Sperbeck WR 6–0 175 Jr. Carmichael, CA (Jesuit HS)
83 David McKinzie WR 6–0 173 So. Frisco, TX (Princeton HS)
84 Jake Hardee TE 6–3 239 Sr. Boise, ID (Bishop Kelly HS)
85 Holden Huff TE 6–6 226 Sr. Rocklin, CA (Rocklin HS)
86 Chase Blakley TE 6–4 235 Fr. Coeur d'Alene, ID (Coeur d'Alene HS)
87 Alec Dhaenens TE 6–3 244 So. Fruitland, ID (Fruitland HS)
88 Jake Roh TE 6–3 229 So. Scottsdale, AZ (Chaparral HS)
89 Brock Barr WR 6–2 202 Jr. Redding, CA (Enterprise HS, Shasta College)
90 Justin Taimatuia DT 6–2 202 Sr. American Samoa (Fort Scott CC)
91 David Lucero TE 6–5 230 Fr. Holtville, CA (Holtville HS)
91 Durrant Miles DE 6–5 226 Fr. South Jordan, UT (Bingham HS)
92 Paul Semons DT 6–3 266 Fr. Eagle, ID (Eagle HS)
93 Jake Knight TE 6–4 230 So. Meridian, ID (Rocky Mountain HS, Auburn)
93 Max O'Rourke K 6–1 160 Fr. Rocklin, CA (Rocklin HS)
94 Sam McCaskill DE 6–3 257 Jr. Eugene, OR (Sheldon HS)
95 Kaleb Hill DE 6–1 237 Fr. Schertz, TX (Samuel Clemens HS)
96 Elliot Hoyte DT 6–4 271 Jr. Tavistock, England (Ivybridge CC)
97 Austin Silsby DE 6–3 248 So. Kuna, ID (Kuna HS)
98 Antoine Turner DE 6–1 275 Sr. New Orleans, LA (McDonogh 35 HS, Fullerton College)
99 Dereck Boles DT 6–2 277 Fr. Lakeland, FL (Lakeland Senior HS)
Reference:[16]

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