Boise State Broncos Preview 2022: Who are the top 10 players going into the season?


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OT John Ojukwu, Sr.

Going into his fifth year as a starter, the 6-6, 300-pound First Team All-Mountain West veteran has been a fixture on the Boise State line. Able to play just about anywhere, he started out as a right tackle and settled in on the left side where he’ll be the main blocker the offense will work around … again.

DT Scott Matlock, Sr.


6-4, 300. First Team All-Mountain West. 66 career tackles, nine sacks, 13.5 TFL in 20 games

S JL Skinner, Sr.

6-4, 220. Second Team All-Mountain West. 143 career tackles, 3 INT, 7 broken up passes, 3 fumble recoveries, 2 forced fumbles in 26 games

QB Hank Bachmeier, Sr.

6-1 210. 485-777 (62%), 6,108 yards, 35 TD, 16 INT, 3 rushing TDs in three seasons

PK Jonah Dalmas, Jr.

5-8, 165. First Team All-Mountain West. 33-of-36 field goals – 26-of-28 last year – 68-of-70 on career extra points.

LB Ezekiel Noa, Sr.

5-11, 240, Honorable Mention All-Mountain West. 167 tackles, 4.5 sacks, 18 TFL, 2 fumble recoveries

CB/S Kekaula Kaniho, Soph.

6-0, 180, Honorable Mention All-Mountain West. 207 career tackles, 5 sacks, 24.5 tackles for loss, 6 INT, 24 broken up passes, 4 forced fumbles

WR/PR Stefan Cobbs, Sr.

6-0, 187. First Team All-Mountain West punt returner. 41 career catches for 550 yards, 6 TDs, 1 punt return for an 81-yard touchdown,

OG Ben Dooley, Jr.

6-5, 310. Second Team All-Mountain West offensive guard after moving over from the defensive line.

S Tyreque Jones, Sr.

6-3, 185. 123 career tackles, 1 sack, 3 INT, 11 broken up passes, 7.5 tackles for loss in 36 games