Attorney Matt Striegel with Ascent Sports management who represent Jeremy Childs released information that the former Boise State Bronco was headed to the NFL Combine.
Jeremy Childs had the inside track as to his going to the combine. It had been reported and highly suspected that Childs would not get a combine offer from the NFL.
However, Childs has been working out this month at Athlete’s Performance in Los Angeles in preparation for the combine set for next month; Feb. 18-24 in Indianapolis, Indiana.
There will be about 40 wide receivers at the combine. Also invited is Ian Johnson.
Both of these fantastic athletes bring speed to their game, which is one element the NFL scouts will be looking at closely in Childs (his 40 time) but the greatest asset for both of these are their sure hands.
Childs and Johnson were both counted on heavily to catch passes, and both delivered big time.
Childs is the second best receiver to grace the field of Boise State. Many are sure that Childs would have taken the No. 1 spot had he stayed at BSU.
Johnson on the other hand is a record setting Bronco (holds the WAC record in touchdowns) and it is with out doubt he would not have scored as many touchdowns had he not aided his QB’s with short route and screen passes getting the Broncos into the red zone.
Both of these athletes should do well at the next level, and Boise fans can hardly wait to tune them in on Sundays.
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