Thomas Sperbeck
Thomas  Sperbeck


Carmichael, Calif.

High School:
Jesuit HS

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 180




Boise State Falls to Baylor, 31-12

Brett Rypien finishes with 305 yards and a touchdown on 32-of-51 passing.


Broncos Have 15 Earn All-MW Honors

Six Broncos named to the conference's first team


Football Lands Five To All-District Team

Baggett, Hampton, Perez, Sperbeck, Wale all voted onto District 7 Team


Sperbeck On Biletnikoff Watch List

Bronco receiver named to Biletnikoff watch list for second-straight year


2015-16 In Review: Fall

Boise State student-athletes racked up nine All-America honors last fall


Cactus Bowl Photos

Cactus Bowl Photo Gallery: Boise State vs. Baylor


Air Force 27, Boise State 20

The Broncos fall to Air Force, on November 25, 2016.


Boise State vs. Wyoming

Oct. 29, 2016


Football vs BYU

Boise State football hosted BYU Oct. 20, 2016.


Football vs Colorado State

Boise State football hosted Colorado State Oct. 15, 2016.

  • Boise State's All-Time Leader - Receiving Yards (3,601)
  • Boise State's All-Time Leader - 100-Yard Receiving Games (15)
  • Fred Biletnikoff Award Watch List (2016)
  • Fred Biletnikoff Award Watch List (2015)
  • All-Mountain West First Team (2016)
  • All-Mountain West First Team (2015)
  • VIZIO Fiesta Bowl Offensive MVP (2014)
  • Paul Hornung Award Honor Roll (Sept. 5, 2016)
  • Mountain West Offensive Player of the Week (Nov. 16, 2015)
  • CoSIDA Academic All-District 7 Team (2016)
  • 2x Academic All-Mountain West (2014-15)

    SENIOR (2016): Ended his career as Boise State's all-time leader in receiving yards (3,601) and 100-yard receiving games (15), and fourth all-time in reception (224)...became Boise State's all-time leader in receiving yards on Oct. 20 against BYU, passing Titus Young's mark of 3,063 yards...recorded his 13th-career 100-yard receiving game Oct. 20 against BYU, tying Ryan Ikebe (1993-96) for most in Boise State history...appeared in all 13 games, starting 11...was on Biletnikoff Award preseason watch list...named to All-Mountain West First Team...led the Mountain West in receptions (80), receiving yards per game (97.8), and finished second in receiving yards (1,272), also caught nine touchdowns...his 1,272 receiving yards were the second-most in Boise State single-season history, while his 80 catches ranked fourth...caught six passes for 130 yards and a touchdown, and tossed a 48-yard touchdown pass to Jeremy McNichols at Louisiana (Sept. 3)...hauled in seven passes for 133 yards and a touchdown against Washington State (Sept. 10)...caught six passes for 104 yards at Oregon State (Sept. 24)...made five catches for 64 yards and a touchdown against Utah State (Oct. 1)...caught nine balls for 198 yards and two touchdowns at New Mexico, with all of the production coming by halftime, at which point Boise State led 42-7 (Oct. 7)...had five catches for 72 yards and a touchdown, and threw an 11-yard touchdown pass against Colorado State (Oct. 15)...caught nine passes for 109 yards and a touchdown against BYU (Oct. 20)...threw his third touchdown pass of the season, a 33-yard strike to Brett Rypien, and caught eight passes for 80 yards at Wyoming (Oct. 29)...recorded his 14th-career 100-yard receiving game at Hawai'i, making him Boise State's all-time leader, with five catches for 114 yards and two touchdowns against the Rainbow Warriors (Nov. 12)...caught five passes for 123 yards at Air Force (Nov. 25), his 15th-career 100-yard game...caught eight balls for 79 yards at Cactus Bowl against Baylor (Dec. 27).

    JUNIOR (2015): Named to All-Mountain West First Team...Biletnikoff Award preseason candidate...started all 13 games...set Boise State's single-season record for receiving yards (1,412), passing previous record holder Titus Young (1,215) on Nov. 20 against Air Force, and matched Matt Miller's school record for receptions with 88...led the Mountain West in each category, as well as in receiving yards per game (108.6), while finishing tied for second with eight touchdown grabs...his receiving yardage ranked sixth in FBS, while his reception total was tied for 17th...posted five 100-yard receiving performances...on Nov. 14 against New Mexico had the most prolific day of any receiver in the country, setting Boise State single-game records with 20 receptions and 281 receiving yards...caught three balls for 28 yards and completed a pass for 23 yards against Washington (Sept. 4)...hauled in seven passes for 99 yards against Idaho State (Sept. 18)...grabbed a pair of touchdown passes, finishing with five catches for 121 yards at Virginia (Sept. 25)...hauled in five passes for 87 yards and a touchdown against Hawai'i (Oct. 3)...caught five balls for 178 yards and two touchdowns at Colorado State, including an 85-yard touchdown catch (Oct. 10)...racked up 156 yards on six catches but lost a fumble at Utah State (Oct. 16)...caught six passes for 84 yards and two touchdowns against Wyoming (Oct. 24)...had 10 receptions for 163 yards, and threw a touchdown pass to Brett Rypien at UNLV (Oct. 31)...caught seven passes for 79 yards and his eighth touchdown of the season against Air Force (Nov. 20)...had six catches for 45 yards at San José State (Nov. 27)...caught six passes for 78 yards at the Poinsettia Bowl against Northern Illinois (Dec. 23).

    SOPHOMORE (2014): Appeared in 14 games, starting eight...stepped into the starting lineup full-time after Matt Miller went down with an injury at Air Force...led team with 877 receiving yards, second with 51 catches and tied for third with three receiving touchdowns...shared team lead with six catches for team-high 73 yards at Air Force (Sept. 27)...made first collegiate start at Nevada (Oct. 4), catching three passes for 51 yards...threw his first-career touchdown pass, hitting quarterback Grant Hedrick for the game-winner against Fresno State...also had two catches for 21 yards (Oct. 17)...had six catches and 143 receiving yards, and scored his first-career touchdown in win over BYU (Oct. 24)...set then-career highs with nine catches and 164 yards at New Mexico (Nov. 8)...caught six balls for 82 yards and a touchdown against San Diego State (Nov. 15)...had two catches for 54 yards at Wyoming (Nov. 22)...caught four passes for 59 yards and a touchdown, also completed 1-of-2 pass attempts for 24 yards against Utah State (Nov. 29)...set career highs for catches (12) and receiving yards (199) while being named Offensive MVP of the Fiesta Bowl against No. 10 Arizona (Dec. 31).

    FRESHMAN (2013): Appeared in eight games during his debut season with the Broncos...burned his redshirt against Fresno State (Sept. 20)...caught five passes for 40 yards on the season...season-high two receptions against BYU (Oct. 25), and a season-best 17-yard reception against Oregon State in the Sheraton Hawai'i Bowl (Dec. 24)...attempted a pass against Utah State (Oct. 12), but was intercepted.

    Named MaxPreps All-Sac-Joaquin Section First Team as an athlete after leading head coach Marlon Blanton's squad in passing, rushing, tackles and scoring...was also named Sacramento Bee All-Metro First Team on offense, and was Sac-Joaquin Section Delta River All-Purpose Player of the Year...completed 57-of-156 passes for 1,049 yards and 13 touchdowns, and rushing for 932 yards and nine touchdowns...defensively, registered 69 tackles (40 solo)...completed 105-of-176 passes for 1,311 yards and seven touchdowns as a junior, and ran for 585 yards and eight touchdowns for the Marauders.


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