NFL Draft 2012: ESPN Tabs 3 Boise State Players As Day 2 Selections After Senior Bowl Practice

The Boise St. Broncos will likely see several players drafted on Day 2 of the 2012 NFL Draft on April 27. With the NFL Draft now spanning three days, Day 2 involves Rounds 2 and 3, still a pretty good spot for many players to be drafted at. Over at ESPN (Insider only), Todd McShay and a couple of others believe the Broncos have three players who will go on Day 2: safety George Iloka, running back Doug Martin and defensive lineman Billy Winn.

None of these names are new to Day 2. Iloka is battling Notre Dame's Harrison Smith to be the No. 2 safety off the board behind Alabama's Mark Barron, who might be the only safety drafted in the first round. Martin is an undersized running back at 5 feet 9, but he's in a group of running backs that includes Lamar Miller and LaMichael James who could crack thee back end of the first round. Winn can move between end and tackle on the defensive line, increasing his versatility.

For updates, stay tuned to SB Nation Denver. For more on the Broncos, visit Boise State blog One Bronco Nation Under God. Head over to SB Nation NCAA Football for more on bowl season and the end-of-season all-star games.

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