Fresh links before you start your weekend!
Boise is hoping that Octavius Evans will be back on the field for the Broncos this season. After a breakout game in last season’s spring game. Catching five balls for 124 yards and two touchdowns. Fan were ready to make him their next favorite player. But when the regular season rolled around, he was not present in the offense. But here’s hoping he will have a better showing this year.
While ESPN’s Todd McShay doesn’t forcast either Preston Williams or Bisi Johnson getting drafted in the first three rounds of the NFL draft, an NFL career is not out of the question for either of this draft hopefuls. McShay is impressed with the film he’s seen of both players and does see a future for them in the pros.
If San Jose gets into a game late with a lead, you can pretty much chalk that game up to a victory for the Spartans. They new closer, Fineas Del Bonta-Smith has been a welcome edition to the pitching staff, and has given SJSU an ace in the hole. It’s been his strong late pitching that has helped elevate San Jose to the best record in the Mountain West.
UNLV’s Amauri Hardy is staying put at UNLV for this upcoming season.
Huge news for UNLV and new coach TJ Otzelberger: Amauri Hardy told @Stadium will he stay at UNLV. Had put name in transfer portal.— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanHoops) April 9, 2019
On The Horizon:
Friday: New Mexico only Non-power top 20 school in Country, Revisiting the Boise State 2015 Recruiting Class,