Here’s a look at how NFL players from Idaho high schools and colleges fared during Week 4 of the 2015 NFL season:
• Tampa Bay RBDoug Martin
(No. 22, Boise State) ran for 106 yards and a touchdown on 20 carries against Carolina, his first 100-yard game since the 2014 finale. He also had five catches for 37 yards. Carolina DE
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(No. 69, Idaho State) started his team debut and had one solo tackle and one quarterback hit. Panthers TE/FBRichie Brockel
(No. 47, Boise State) also played.
• New Orleans TEJosh Hill
(No. 89, Blackfoot High/Idaho State) had two catches for 11 yards and a TD against Dallas. Cowboys DEDeMarcus Lawrence
(No. 90, Boise State) had his first regular-season sack among his five tackles (three solo, one for loss) and two QB hits. Dallas DT
(No. 98, Boise State) and New Orleans CBKyle Wilson
(No. 24, Boise State) also played.
• Chicago ILBShea McClellin
(No. 50, Marsing High/Boise State) had five tackles (three solo) against Oakland. Bears LTCharles Leno Jr.
(No. 72, Boise State) made his second career start and made a tackle on a Raiders fumble recovery.
• Miami CBJamar Taylor
(No. 22, Boise State) made four solo tackles against the New York Jets in London.
• Philadelphia DEBrandon Bair
(No. 93, South Fremont High) started and had a solo tackle at Washington. Redskins SJeron Johnson
(No. 20, Boise State) also played.
• Indianapolis RGHugh Thornton
(No. 69, Mountain View High) started against Jacksonville. Colts DTBilly Winn
(No. 99, Boise State) also played.
• Arizona LGMike Iupati
(No. 76, Idaho) started in his team debut against St. Louis.
• Denver CMatt Paradis
(No. 61, Council High/Boise State) started against Minnesota.