NFL Draft 2012: NFL.com's Gil Brandt Ranks 3 Boise State Players In Top 100

We're a week or so away from the 2012 NFL Combine and then will have the weeks after that for pro days to satisfy an appetite for ranking and mocking the 2012 NFL Draft. Over at NFL.com, Gil Brandt has come out with his pre-Combine Top 100 prospects list for the draft and we find three Boise St. Broncos players on the list.

At No. 49, defensive tackle Billy Winn is the highest-ranked Bronco while defensive lineman Shea McClellin comes in at No. 61 and running back Doug Martin is at No. 81. As Brandt notes, these are just his personal rankings and not how he thinks the draft will play out.

We've seen over the last few weeks that Martin's draft stock has reportedly been graded as first-round talent while he has also been downgraded due to his size (5 feet 9). The Combine will certainly put his future into sharper focus.

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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