Some faces familiar to Idaho are gearing up to take the blue turf this upcoming football season for Boise State. There's more than a handful of homegrown talent who will be showcasing their skills at Albertson Stadium. 16 out of the Bronco's 107 man roster are from Idaho, most of which are local to the Treasure Valley.

Five Broncos hail from Rocky Mountain High School in Meridian which has the most alumni on the squad. Two former Grizzlies, Jordan Erickson and Ty Tanner are both freshman walk-ons this year. Timberline High School is the second most represented Idaho high school with three players in Dylan Herberg, Andy Peters, and Connor Riddle.

Be on the lookout this season for these local Broncos:


#14 Andy Peters (R-FR) - Quaterack from Timberline HS

#42 Daniel Cantrell (R-SR) - Long Snapper from Bishop Kelly HS

#49 Dylan Herberg (R-JR) Edge from Timberline HS

#70 John Ojukwu (R-SR) - Offensive Lineman from Boise HS

#81 Austin Bolt (R-FR) - Tight End from Borah HS

#89 Connor Riddle (R-SR) - Wide Reciever from Timberline HS

#29 Ben Ford (F) - Wide Reciever from Eagle HS

#86 Tyler Eiguren (R-SO) -Tight End from Fruitland HS

#99 Scott Matlock (R-JR) - Defensive Tackle from Homedale HS

#32 Tyler Visser (R-SR) - Weakside Linebacker from Rocky Mountain HS

#35 Jonah Dalmas (SO) - Kicker/Punter from Rocky Mountain HS

#48 Jordan Erickson (FR) - Safety from Rocky Mountain HS

#58 Ty Tanner( FR) -  Middle Linebacker from Rocky Mountain HS

#97 Keeghan Freeborn (R-JR) - Nose Tackle from Rocky Mountain HS

#33 Tyler Crowe (R-SO) - Running Back from Skyview HS

#19 Aisa Kelemete (R-SR) - Defensive End from Highland HS

The Broncos will play their first game on September 2nd against Central Florida.

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