Nineteen former Boise State football players will showcase their skills Thursday on campus for scouts from dozens of NFL and CFL teams.
Among the notable Broncos who will take part are defensive end Kamalei Correa, safety Darian Thompson, offensive lineman Rees Odhiambo, cornerback Donte Deayon and wide receiver Shane Williams-Rhodes.
The festivities begin at 11 a.m. with weight room testing, which includes the bench press and jumps. At noon, on-field work is due to begin, including the 40-yard dash, cone drills and individual drills.
A live stream of the event at BroncoSports.com/videos will begin at noon. Check IdahoStatesman.com for updates.
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At IdahoStatesman.com: video interviews with defensive end Jabril Frazier, wide receiver Cedrick Wilson, defensive line coach Steve Caldwell and receivers coach Junior Adams.
Boise State issued the following statement Wednesday regarding former defensive lineman Antoine Turner, who earned national attention after he dealt with homelessness before arriving two years ago. He did not play last season as a senior after playing 13 games as a junior in 2014.
“Antoine Turner was held out of the 2015 football season as Boise State conducted an investigation in conjunction with the NCAA regarding a transfer eligibility matter stemming from his time in junior college.
“Boise State received a formal decision this week stating that Turner has been rendered permanently ineligible, and that no further action is required of the University. Additionally, no penalties were levied against the school.
“While Turner’s collegiate football career is over, he has remained on scholarship while continuing his coursework toward a degree in communications, and is expected to graduate the summer of 2016.”