Boise State Football: Curtis Weaver is Mountain West Wire’s 2019 Defensive Player Of The Year
The Boise State Broncos STUD made good on our staff’s preseason nod and earned our honor as Mountain West football’s best defender.
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Preseason and postseason DPoY? Yeah, he’s really good.
mwwire’s 2019 postseason honors:
All-Conference Teams | Offensive Player of the Year | Special Teams Players of the Year | Freshmen of the Year | Coach of the Year | Coordinator of the Year
Our staff has chosen Boise State STUD Curtis Weaver as our postseason selection for Mountain West football’s defensive player of the year.
After we tabbed Weaver as our preseason DPoY and the number one player in the conference in our annual countdown, he went out and had a few field days terrorizing opposing backfields, racking up 17 tackles for loss and 13.5 sacks, both of which were best in the Mountain West and the latter of which ranked in the top five among all FBS defenders in the regular season and helped him become the conference’s all-time sack leader.
If we’ve come close to seeing the last of Curtis Weaver on the blue — he’s been talked up as a potential first-round selection in next year’s NFL Draft all season — he’ll leave behind a legacy as one of the most dominant defenders the conference has ever seen.
Also received votes: Luq Barcoo, CB, San Diego State; Logan Wilson, LB, Wyoming