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UNLV vs. No. 20 Boise State: TV schedule, game time, draft prospects to watch

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2017 NFL Draft prospects to look out for in the match-up between UNLV and Boise State.

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We kick off College Football week 12 with an intriguing matchup between two Mountain West teams. Boise State has already solidified themselves as the number one team in the Mountain division, while UNLV is second in the west division. Look for the Rebels to try and keep this one close.

Game Info: UNLV vs. No. 20 Boise State

Game Time: 6:00 P.M.

Location: Albertsons Stadium, Boise, Idaho


Live Stream: WatchESPN

Spread: Boise State -29

Boise State prospects to watch:

Jeremy Nichols | RB | #13 | Junior | 5’9” | 212 LBS

Scouting Report: Nichols is a fierce competitor with an aggressive, relentless running style. He never shies away from contact and keeps his legs moving after colliding with defenders. He is a very balanced runner and can navigate in the hole exceptionally well due to his clean feet and elusiveness. Nichol’s above-par speed is more than enough to break free and win a foot race.

Other Boise State players to watch: (ILB) Tanner Vallejo, (WR) Thomas Sperbeck, (OG) Travil Averill, (OLB) Ben Weaver, (CB) Jonathan Moxey, (SS) Chancellor James

UNLV prospects to watch:

Devonte Boyd | WR | #83 | Redshirt Junior | 6’1” | 180 LBS

Scouting Report: Boyd is arguably the Rebels’ most dynamic player on their squad. He is exceptionally quick and very lethal after the catch. He showcases reliable hands and can stretch the field and go up and snag the football. He displays likeable size at 6-foot-1, 180-pounds, but will likely need to throw on weight to really wants to contend for a spot on a NFL roster next year.

Other Rebels players to watch: Tau Lotulelei (LB), Marc Philippi (FB), Kenny Keys (FS), Torry McTyer (CB)