Film Room: Josh Boyce vs. Boise St. (2011)

Josh Boyce was a critical component of Texas Christian’s 2011 upset of Boise St. (Photo: US Presswire)

NEPD Editor: Matthew Jones

The new England Patriots spent their fourth-round pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, #102 overall, on Texas Christian wide receiver Josh Boyce. After the jump, take a look at some film cutups of Boyce in action against Boise St. during 2011, his sophomore season.

Tags: 2013 NFL Draft, Film, Josh Boyce, New England Patriots, NFL

3 Responses to “Film Room: Josh Boyce vs. Boise St. (2011)”

  1. Shame says:

    His size/speed reminds me of Victor Cruz.

    Lets hope he develops at a similarly fast rate in the NFL

  2. td says:

    Good thing we did not draft any Boise DBacks! Boyce looks like he can do a few things that Welker did near the LOS.

    • Stephen S says:

      Noticed that Jamar Taylor didn’t cover him in any of those clips not sure what to take from that since Jamar was their best corner from my understanding. Did that mean that Josh wasn’t the best receiver on the team which Jamar covered and Josh exploited the weaker corner or took advantage of the coverage scheme(s). I do like his speed size combo seems to be durable even when hurt he will play through as evidenced by the combine running with a broken toe and putting up good times and numbers.






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