Boise State moves to the Mountain West Conference, which should make the league a lot more exciting.  Both the Broncos and BYU offer several line prospects to keep an eye on.

Boise State

Rod Full Name Pos Yr # Comments
2-3 Bill Winn DT 5Sr 90 College defensive tackle that projects to end at the next level. Fires off the snap with a nice first step, uses his hands throughout the action and gets a lot of momentum going up the field. Easily changes direction and can pursue from the back side. Lacks bulk and controlled by blocks yet seemingly has potential to grow into a two gap end. Comes with an upside.
3rd Doug Martin RB 5Sr 22 Versatile three down back that runs hard on the inside, displays the agility and speed to turn the corner and is a terrific receiver out of the backfield. More of a situational runner for the next level.
3-4 Nate Potter T 4Sr 73 Solid college lineman with skills that translate well to the next level. Bends his knees, works his hands and a terrific pass protector. Flashes skills blocking in motion. Not a great athlete but polished in his game.
4-5 George Iloka S 4Sr 8 Relatively athletic safety that shows a terrific burst to the action and a lot of quickness in his game. Marginal ball skills and must improve his play in coverage.
5th Tyrone Crawford DE 4Sr 40 Junior college transfer that made a big impact last season. Intense, chases hard and makes plays. Terrific size/speed numbers.
7th Chase Baker DT 4Sr 97 Hard working defensive tackle that chases the action around the field. Stout at the point of attack and tough to move off the line. Lacks natural bulk as well as growth potential. Not effective in pursuit.
FA Shea McClellin DE 4Sr 92 Fierce defender that lines up in a three-point stance or occasionally stood up over tackle. Quick off the snap, displays ability in pursuit and makes plays in every direction of the field. Lacks top size, strength and really doesn’t cover a lot of area on the field.
FA Kellen Moore QB 5Sr 11 Terrific college quarterback with a great feel for the position. Lacks great size, classic arm strength and erratic downfield accuracy.
FA Dan Paul FB 4Sr 47 Tough straight-line blocker that takes defenders from the action. Limited skills around the corner, on the second level and as an offensive threat.
FA Tyler Shoemaker WR 5Sr 89

BYU

Rnd Name Pos Yr # Comments
2nd Matt Reynolds T 5Sr 70 Productive college blocker that is effective in pass protection besides opening holes for the running game. Fundamentally sound, keeps his feet moving and shows solid lateral blocking range in pass protection. Does a nice job sealing defenders from the action as a run blocker. Injured throughout his junior season yet still played well in 2010. Could make a big move up draft boards.
5th Jameson Frazier OLB 4Sr 48 Tough, strong, 34 outside linebacker very effective at the line of scrimmage or in the box.
5th Braden Hansen G 3Jr 76 Terrific underclassmen that shows dominant strength at the point of attack and the ability to easily control opponents.
6th Braden Brown T 4Jr 75 Solid pass protecting lineman that shows good lateral range and has nice size.
FA Matt Putnam DE 5Sr 41 Relatively athletic lineman that makes a lot of plays on the ball when he’s on his game. Academically ineligible for 2011.

Colorado State

Rnd Name Pos Yr # Comments
FA Jake Gdowski G 5Sr 58 Tough slug-it-out lineman best in a small area.
FA Mike Kawulok ILB 4Sr 52 Smart heady run defending linebacker with minimal skills in coverage.
FA Paul Madsen T 5Sr 76 Quick pass protecting tackle that must improve his strength and do a better job finishing blocks.