ISU Players Headed to NFL
STORY BY STEVE SCHAACK-ISU MEDIA RELATIONS
POCATELLO, Idaho- Three Idaho State football players have been given opportunities to extend their football career after college. Offensive lineman Braeden Clayson has signed a free agent contract with the Arizona Cardinals while David Harrington and Bo Hudeen have been given tryouts with the Dallas Cowboys and New York Giants.
Clayson was a four-year Bengal from Burley, Idaho. He was a team-captain and earned Honorable Mention All-Big Sky honors. Harrington is a two-year All-American and All-Big Sky Conference punter who set the school and conference records for punting average. Hudeen is a two-year Bengal who earned Honorable Mention All-Big for the last two seasons at linebacker.
There are currently only two active players on NFL rosters from Idaho State in Jared Allen and Evan Dietrich-Smith.