Former Boise State Stars Makes NFL Team
The Boise State Bronco's Football team are immensely talented. For the die hard or even the Saturday football fan this is not something that is surprising. We know this. The talent we see take the "Blue" in the Treasure Valley will now have a few new names to add to future NFL star.
Former Boise State safety Chanceller James received a multi-year contract from the San Francisco 49ers. As a senior last year, he ranked second on the team with 80 tackles and recorded a team-best three interceptions. He is the seventh player from this Boise State draft class to land a contract as undrafted free agents. Those guys are , Jeremy McNichols who will come in and fill the spot former BSU running back Doug Martin has vacated due to a suspension with the Tampa Bay Bucs, and Tanner Vallejo who was signed to the Buffallo Bills, both of whom were drafted. Travis Averill, Sam McCaskill, Jonathan Moxey, Thomas Sperbeck all are trying for starting spots on NFL teams.
For James, the 49ers mini camp starts this June 13th through the 15th. I'll for sure be pulling the him even though it would be a whole lot cooler if he was in a Carolina Panthers jersey. : ) - JD