The 2012 NFL Combine welcomes its final participants to Indianapolis on Saturday. The final two groups (10 and 11) consist of defensive backs, among them Boise St. Broncos safety George Iloka. He is currently trying to move his way into the first round, though he is already widely considered to be the top free safety in the 2012 NFL Draft (and second only to Alabama's Mark Barron in overall safety rankings).
If Iloka does wind up as a first-round draft pick, he would be just the third Boise State player to be drafted that high. Current Denver Broncos left tackle Ryan Clady was the 12th overall pick in the 2008 draft and safety Kyle Wilson wound up as the No. 29 overall selection to the New York Jets in 2010. It would appear that Boise State is in line to have another first-round pick in this even-year draft.
Iloka will just register, receive a hospital pre-exam with X-rays and then deal with orientation and interviews on Saturday. We won't know until Sunday if Iloka is close to the 6 feet 3 and 207 pounds he was usually reported at during college. His on-field skills tests won't come until Tuesday, the final day of the Combine.
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