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NamePosHtWtHometown (Previous School)NFL/CFL Team
Kamalei CorreaDE6-3248Honolulu (Saint Louis School)Baltimore Ravens (2/11)
Donte DeayonCB5-9155Rialto, Calif. (Summit HS)New York Giants (UFA)
Tyler GrayWLB6-4232Templeton, Calif. (Templeton HS)Miami Dolphins (UFA)
Marcus HenryC6-3293Bellevue, Wash. (Bellevue HS)New Orleans Saints (UFA)
Tyler HornDT6-5268Meridian, Idaho (Mountain View HS) 
Holden HuffTE6-6226Rocklin, Calif. (Rocklin HS)
Terrell JohnsonWR5-9173Montgomery, Ala. (Saddleback JC) 
Mercy MastonDB5-11208Bakersfield, Calif. (Bakersfield College) 
Rondell McNairDE6-2236New Bern, N.C. (Contra Costa College) 
Armand NanceDT6-0306Houston (DeKaney HS) 
Rees OdhiamboOL6-4309Mansfield, Texas (Mansfield Legacy HS)Seattle Seahawks (3/97)
Justin TaimatuiaDT6-0298American Samoa (Fort Scott CC) 
Darian ThompsonS6-2212Lancaster, Calif. (Paraclete HS)New York Giants (3/71)
Antoine TurnerDT6-1275New Orleans (Fullerton College) 
Troy WareWR6-2183Oceanside, Calif. (Vista HS)
Shane Williams-RhodesWR5-6173Spring, Texas (Klein Collins HS)
Kelsey YoungRB5-10198Norco, Calif. (Stanford)Washington (UFA)

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Kamalei Correa
DE • 6-3 • 248 • Honolulu (Saint Louis School)
Career:Two-time All-Mountain West selection, being named to the first team as a sophomore (2014) and the second team as a junior (2015)...was named to the preseason watch lists for the Chuck Bednarik Award, Rotary Lombardi Award and Bronko Nagurski Trophy ahead of the 2015 season...named 2015 Poinsettia Bowl Defensive MVP after recording 2.0 sacks, 2.5 tackles-for-loss and forcing a fumble against Northern Illinois...played in 40 games over his three years at Boise State, making 110 tackles (69 solo) along with 20.0 sacks, 31.5 TFL and five forced fumbles...led the Mountain West with 12.0 sacks and was third with 19.0 TFL in 2014...topped the Boise State defense in sacks (7.0) and TFL (11.0) in 2015.
 
Donte Deayon
CB • 5-9 • 155 • Rialto, Calif. (Summit HS)
Career: Played in the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl following the 2015 season...three-time selection to the All-Mountain West Second Team (2013-15)...twice named to preseason watch list for the Jim Thorpe Award (2014-15)...finished his collegiate career with 17 interceptions, third all-time in Mountain West history and fifth-best in the Boise State record book...played in 40 games, making 155 tackles (111 solo) and knocking away 26 passes in addition to his 17 picks...averaged 8.4 yards over 30 punt returns with a touchdown, a 75-yard return at Wyoming (Nov. 22, 2014)...returned two interceptions for touchdowns: a 50-yard pick-six at Connecticut (Sept. 13, 2014) and a 16-yard return against Arizona at the VIZIO Fiesta Bowl (Dec. 31, 2014)...intercepted six passes in both 2013 and 2014, ranking in the national top 10 each season...tied for seventh in the country in 2013, tied for ninth in 2014.
 
Tyler Gray
WLB • 6-4 • 232 • Templeton, Calif. (Templeton HS)
Career: Appeared in 52 games over his career, making 184 tackles (91 solo) with 5.0 sacks, 14.0 tackles-for-loss, three interceptions and four fumble recoveries...ranked in the team's top five in tackles in 2014 and 2015...led the Broncos with seven tackles while recovering two fumbles and forcing another in 2015 Poinsettia Bowl against Northern Illinois...returned an interception 32 yards for a touchdown at Nevada (Oct. 4, 2014).
 
Marcus Henry
C • 6-3 • 293 • Bellevue, Wash. (Bellevue HS)
Career: Played in the East-West Shrine Game following the 2015 season...two-time member of the All-Mountain West First Team (2014-15)...named to the preseason watch lists of the Rotary Lombardi Award, Outland Trophy and Rimington Trophy in 2015...played in 50 games for the Broncos, starting 39 at center...anchored the line of a Boise State offense that led the Mountain West in scoring and total offense in both 2014 and 2015...Boise State ranked in the national Top 20 in each category from 2013-15, as well...part of an offensive line that produced four-straight 1,000-yard rushers from 2012-15.
 
Tyler Horn
DT • 6-5 • 268 • Meridian, Idaho (Mountain View HS)
Career: All-Mountain West honorable mention (2015)...played 47 games, recording 120 tackles (50 solo) with 12.5 sacks, 26.0 tackles-for-loss, six fumble recoveries and an interception...started all 13 games in 2015 and ranked second on the team with 4.0 sacks and 8.5 TFL...had 1.5 sacks and 2.0 TFL in 2015 Poinsettia Bowl against Northern Illinois...made his first (and only)-career interception against Wyoming (Oct. 24, 2015), returning it 40 yards to the 1-yard-line...had a sack and four tackles in 2014 season opener against Ole Miss before suffering season-ending injury (Aug. 28, 2014)...second start of his career was in the 2012 MAACO Bowl Las Vegas.
 
Holden Huff
TE • 6-6 • 226 • Rocklin, Calif. (Rocklin HS)
Career: Played in 49 games, making 51 catches for 693 yards and seven touchdowns...top two seasons were as a redshirt senior in 2015 (18 catches, 243 yards, three touchdowns) and redshirt freshman in 2012 (17 catches, 250 yards, four touchdowns)...hauled in touchdown passes against Idaho State, Hawai'i and San Jose State in 2015...caught two touchdowns in the MAACO Bowl Las Vegas against Washington (Dec. 22, 2012).
 
Terrell Johnson
WR • 5-9 • 173 • Montgomery, Ala. (Saddleback JC)
Career: Appeared in 15 games for the Broncos from 2013-15...averaged 22.0 yards over 21 kick returns with a long of 36 during his career...made four catches for nine yards in 2015.
 
Mercy Maston
DB • 5-11 • 208 • Bakersfield, Calif. (Bakersfield College)
Career: Played in the Tropic Bowl following the 2015 season...appeared 25 games for the Broncos, making 71 tackles (47 solo) with an interception...took that interception 25 yards for a touchdown against Virginia (Sept. 25, 2015)...made 44 tackles in 2013 before redshirting the 2014 season due to injury...returned in 2015, making 27 tackles.
 
Rondell McNair
DE • 6-2 • 236 • New Bern, N.C. (Contra Costa College)
Career: Played two seasons for the Broncos after transferring from Contra Costa College, appearing in 11 games...made seven tackles (four solo) with 1.5 sacks and 2.5 tackles-for-loss over his two seasons.
 
Armand Nance
DT • 6-0 • 306 • Houston (DeKaney HS)
Career: Played in 48 games during his Boise State career, making 127 tackles (47 solo) with 9.0 sacks and 20.0 tackles-for-loss...recorded a career-high 51 tackles in 2013...posted career highs of 3.5 sacks and 7.5 TFL as a senior in 2015.
 
Rees Odhiambo
OL • 6-4 • 309 • Mansfield, Texas (Mansfield Legacy HS)
Career: Two-time All-Mountain West selection, being named to the first team in 2015 and the second team in 2014...named to preseason watch lists of the Rotary Lombardi Award and the Outland Trophy in 2015...had redshirt senior season (2015) ended prematurely due to injury...at left tackle, protected the blind side of Bronco quarterbacks, and helped anchor the line of a Boise State offense that led the Mountain West in scoring and total offense in both 2014 and 2015...Boise State ranked in the national Top 20 in each category from 2013-15, as well...part of an offensive line that produced four-straight 1,000-yard rushers from 2012-15.
 
Justin Taimatuia
DT • 6-0 • 298 • American Samoa (Fort Scott CC)
Career: Played in 26 games over his two seasons at Boise State, making 54 tackles (21 solo) with 3.0 sacks, 8.5 tackles-for-loss and an interception...returned that interception 21 yards for a touchdown at Virginia (Sept. 25, 2015) and became a Piesman Trophy candidate...appeared in all 13 games in 2013 before redshirting the 2014 season due to injury...returned in 2015, playing 13 games with 12 starts, making 25 tackles with 2.0 sacks and 6.0 TFL.
 
Darian Thompson
S • 6-2 • 212 • Lancaster, Calif. (Paraclete HS)
Career: Played in the Reese's Senior Bowl following the 2015 season...two-time All-America selection (2014-15)...earned four All-America nods in 2015, being named to the second teams of the FWAA and PhilSteele.com, the third team of the Associated Press and honorable mention by Sports Illustrated...in 2014 was named to the CBSSports.com All-America Second Team...two-time selection to the All-Mountain West First Team (2014-15)...2015 Jim Thorpe Award semifinalist...named to preseason watch lists of the Walter Camp Player of the Year award, Chuck Bednarik Award and Bronko Nagurski Trophy in 2015...finished his career as the Mountain West's all-time leader in interceptions with 19, nabbing the record-setting pick Oct. 31, 2015 at UNLV...his 19 picks rank third all-time in the Boise State record book...played in 51 games during his career, making 242 tackles (149 solo) with nine passes defended, 15.0 tackles-for-loss and three forced fumbles...tied for third in the country and tied for the Mountain West lead with seven interceptions in 2014...finished tied for second on the team and led the Bronco secondary in tackles in 2014 and 2015...returned an interception 36 yards for a touchdown at Wyoming (Nov. 22, 2014).
 
Antoine Turner
DT • 6-1 • 275 • New Orleans (Fullerton College)
Career: Played 13 games for the Broncos in 2014 before sitting out the 2015 season...made 13 tackles (seven solo) with 1.5 tackles-for-loss in 2014.
 
Troy Ware
WR • 6-2 • 183 • Oceanside, Calif. (Vista HS)
Career: Played 29 games for the Broncos from 2012-14, catching 22 passes for 257 yards and three touchdowns...caught a touchdown against BYU in 2014...hauled in scoring passes against BYU and Fresno State in 2013.
 
Shane Williams-Rhodes
WR • 5-6 • 173 • Spring, Texas (Klein Collins HS)
Career: Played in the Tropic Bowl following the 2015 season...two-time All-Mountain West honorable mention (2013-14)...twice named to the Paul Hornung Award preseason watch list (2014-15)...named to the preseason watch list of the Wuerffel Trophy, Senior CLASS Award and an Allstate AFCA Good Hands Team nominee in 2015...finished his career second all-time in the Boise State record book with 233 receptions...played 49 games, racking up 1,953 receiving yards on those 233 receptions with 14 touchdowns...also rushed 59 times for 451 yards and four more touchdowns...averaged 23.9 yards over 19 kick returns and 10.9 yards over 42 punt returns...caught eight passes for 94 yards and rushed thrice for 34 yards in 2015 Poinsettia Bowl against Northern Illinois...ranked fourth in the Mountain West in receptions (68) and tied for second in touchdown catches (seven) in 2014...caught 77 passes in 2013, at the time the fourth-highest single-season total in school history.
 
Kelsey Young
RB • 5-10 • 198 • Norco, Calif. (Stanford)
Career: Played all 13 games for Boise State in 2015...came to Boise State as a graduate transfer in 2015 after four years at Stanford...rushed for 511 yards on 101 carries (5.1 ypc) with eight touchdowns and caught eight passes for 65 yards in 2015...rushed for a career-high 87 yards and a touchdown at UNLV (Oct. 31, 2015)...ran for a 54-yard touchdown at the 2015 Poinsettia Bowl against Northern Illinois...at Stanford, was named to the Doak Walker Award preseason watch list in 2014...ran for 601 yards and three touchdowns at Stanford...scored on a 16-yard run in the 2013 Rose Bowl against Wisconsin.

Broncos In The NFL
PlayerTeamPosition
Jay AjayiMiami DolphinsRB
Ryan CladyNew York JetsT
Tyrone CrawfordDallas CowboysDE
George IlokaCincinnati BengalsS
Jeron JohnsonFree AgentDB
Demarcus LawrenceDallas CowboysDE
Charles Leno, Jr.Chicago BearsT
Doug MartinTampa Bay BuccaneersRB
Shea McClellinNew England PatriotsLB
Kellen MooreDallas CowboysQB
Matt ParadisDenver BroncosC
Blake RenaudMinnesota VikingsFB
Orlando ScandrickDallas CowboysCB
Jamar TaylorCleveland BrownsCB
Kyle WilsonNew Orleans SaintsCB
Billy WinnFree AgentDL

Bronco First-Round Picks
YearPlayerTeam (Selection)Position
2012Shea McClellinChicago Bears (19)LB
2012Doug MartinTampa Bay Buccaneers (31)RB
2010Kyle WilsonNew York Jets (29)CB
2008Ryan CladyDenver Broncos (12)OT

Broncos Taken In The NFL Draft
YearPlayerTeam (Selection)Position
2016Kamalei CorreaBaltimore Ravens (2/42)OLB
 Darian ThompsonNew York Giants (3/71)S
 Rees OdhiamboSeattle Seahawks (3/97)OT
2015Jay AjayiMiami Dolphins (5/149)RB
2014Demarcus LawrenceDallas Cowboys (2/34)DE
 Matt ParadisDenver Broncos (6/207)C
 Charles Leno, Jr. Chicago Bears (7/246)G
2013Jamar TaylorMiami Dolphins (2/54)DB
2012Shea McClellionChicago Bears (1/19)LB
 Doug MartinTampa Bay Buccaneers (1/31)RB
 Tyrone CrawfordDallas Cowboys (3/81)DE
 George IlokaCincinnati Bengals (5/167)S
 Billy WinnCleveland Browns (6/205)DT
 Nate PotterArizona Cardinals (7/221)OT
2011Titus YoungDetroit Lions (2/44)WR
 Austin PettisSt. Louis Rams (3/78)WR
 Brandyn ThompsonWashington (7/213)DB
2010Kyle WilsonNew York Jets (1/29)CB
2008Ryan CladyDenver Broncos (1/12) OT
 Orlando ScandrickDallas Cowboys (5/143)DB
2007Gerald AlexanderDetroit Lions (2/61)DB
 Legedu NaaneeSan Diego Chargers (5/172)WR
 Korey HallGreen Bay Packers (6/191) FB
 Derek SchoumanBuffalo Bills (7/222)TE
2006Daryn ColledgeGreen Bay Packers (2/47)OL
2003Brock ForseyChicago Bears (6/206)RB
2002Matt HillSeattle Seahawks (5/171)OT
 Jeb PutzierDenver Broncos (6/191)TE
2001Shaunard HartsKansas City Chiefs (7/212)DB
2000Dave StachelskiNew England Patriots (5/141)TE
1994Kimo von OelhoffenCincinnati Bengals (6/162)DL
1992Frank RobinsonDenver Broncos (5/137)DB
 Larry StaynerSeattle Seahawks (9/234)TE
1987Lance Sellars Miami Dolphins (6/155)LB
 Jim EllisLos Angeles Raiders (10/273)LB
1986Markus KochWashington (2/30) DE
 Jon FrancisNew York Giants (7/184)RB
1984Michel BourgeauNew Orleans Saints (11/291)DE
1983Jeff TurkAtlanta Falcons (7/183)DB
 John RadeAtlanta Falcons (8/215)LB
1982Rick WoodsPittsburgh Steelers (4/97)DB
 Randy TrautmanWashington (9/238)DT
1981David HughesSeattle Seahawks (2/31)FB
1979Larry PolowskiSeattle Seahawks (7/169)LB
 Willie BeamonNew York Jets (8/205)LB
1976John SmithDallas Cowboys (3/75)RB
 Gary GorrellBuffalo Bills (16/448)LB
 Jim MeeksDetroit Lions (17/475)DB
1975Rolly WoolseyDallas Cowboys (6/148)DB
 Jim McMillanDetroit Lions (14/350)QB
 Ron FranklinSt. Louis Cardinals (15/386)DT
1974Don HuttLos Angeles Rams (9/213)WR
 Dan DixonHouston Oilers (13/313)G
 Al DavisAtlanta Falcons (17/433)G
1973Al MarshallDenver Broncos (10/244)WR
1972Steve VogelBuffalo Bills (9/209)LB
 Eric GuthrieSan Francisco 49ers (14/356)QB
1971Faddie TillmanAtlanta Falcons (10/241)DE
1970Steve SvitakOakland Raiders (7/180)LB


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