Here’s a look at how NFL players from Idaho high schools and colleges fared in Week 3 of the 2015 NFL season:
• Chicago ILB
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(No. 50, Marsing High/Boise State) made six tackles at Seattle. OLBJared Allen
(No. 69, Idaho State) had a tackle and a quarterback hit, and OTCharles Leno Jr.
(No. 72, Boise State) operated as a sixth lineman.
• Cincinnati SSGeorge Iloka
(No. 43, Boise State) started and had two tackles against Baltimore.
• Dallas DEDeMarcus Lawrence
(No. 90, Boise State) had two tackles against Atlanta. DTTyrone Crawford
(No. 98, Boise State) also started.
• Denver CMatt Paradis
(No. 61, Council High/Boise State) started at Detroit.
• Indianapolis DTBilly Winn
(No. 99, Boise State) made a tackle at Tennessee. Colts RGHugh Thornton
(No. 69, Mountain View High) made his first start of the year.
• Miami CBJamar Taylor
(No. 22, Boise State) had one tackle against Buffalo.
• New Orleans TEJosh Hill
(No. 89, Blackfoot High/Idaho State) made one catch for 10 yards at Carolina. Saints CBKyle Wilson
(No. 24, Boise State) and Panthers TERichie Brockel
(No. 47, Boise State) also played.
• Philadelphia DEBrandon Bair
(No. 93, South Fremont High) started in his first appearance of the season against the New York Jets. He made four tackles and defended three passes, one that resulted in a teammate’s interception.
• Tampa Bay RBDoug Martin
(No. 22, Boise State) started and had 14 carries for 46 yards at Houston.
• Washington SJeron Johnson
(No. 20, Boise State) had a special-teams tackle against the New York Giants.