LANDOVER MD - SEPTEMBER 06: Quarterback #7 Tyrod Taylor of the Virginia Tech Hokies avoids defensive end #92 Shea McClellin of the Boise State Broncos at FedExField on September 6 2010 in Landover Maryland. (Photo by Geoff Burke/Getty Images)
He was one of the 26 prospects that was invited to attend the draft. This is great news as this confirms all the buzz that McClellin could go in the first round of the draft. Ryan Clady holds the distinction as the highest Boise State player to be drafted at 12 overall (and McClellin doesn't seem to be generating buzz that high) and he wasn't even invited to the draft. Part of me worries that he could be the last one in the green room looking around nervously like Brady Quinn. Hopefully that does not happen.
Everyone sees Trent Richardson as the first back taken, but Martin is now solidifying his spot as the second taken. Doug has been on the road lately visiting teams. Kansas City is the latest to bring him in.
There's video of the ceremonial gold shovels. I can't decide if the chain link backdrop is fitting or sad. Couldn't we have draped a massive Carl's Jr. logo over it?
He stated the reason as they could not convince anyone to travel to Boise for a game. Coyle also noted that he's realized how hard it is to get people to travel to Boise.