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Brock Forsey


Height: 5-11

Weight: 198

Position: RB

College: Boise State



Drafted: Pick 33 of the 6th round by Chicago
Analysis
Positives: Has good football intelligence and is a tough competitor who will play in pain... Effective inside runner with good vision and a quick burst through the seam...Has adequate speed and good playing strength, with the ability to run through arm tackles... Runs adequate pass routes, showing awareness on middle curls, flats and swing routes... Shows good quickness out of his stance, playing with good tilt and a low pad level...Hits creases very hard, lowering his shoulders to get the tough yardage...Has enough hip wiggle to slip some tackles...Aggressive cut blocker who will face up to the defenders in pass protection.
Negatives: "What you see is what you get"...Nothing special or flashy about this athlete, just productive...Lacks top size and speed...Lacks the nimble feet and juking moves needed to elude...Strictly a one-speed rusher with an inability to bounce outside and once he breaks into the secondary, he does not have the quickness to go the distance...Has to gather himself in order to make the high speed cuts...Body catcher who would rather cradle than reach and pluck for the ball...Has marginal balance and body control in the second level...Runs marginal pass routes, lacking the second gear to burst past defenders after the catch...Despite his inside running skills, he is not the type of back that will run over defenders...Struggles to catch outside his frame and make body adjustments.
Career Notes
Three-year starter who was one of college football's most prolific scorers, tying the NCAA Division 1-A record for most games scoring a touchdown in a season (12 in 2002, tied with Marshall's Randy Moss in 1997) and career (35, tied with Miami of Ohio's Travis Prentice, 1996-99)...Joined kicker Nick Calaycay to break the NCAA record for most points scored by two players on the same team in a career with 756 (408 by Forsey and 348 by Calaycay), topping the old mark of 585 points by Army's Glenn Davis (354 points) and Doc Blanchard (231) from 1943-46...Only the third player in college annals to score more than 400 points during a career...In 47 games, he carried 813 times for 4045 yards (4.9 avg) and 50 touch-downs, caught 101 passes for 1175 yards (11.6 avg) and 18 scores, returned 63 kickoffs for 1450 yards (23.0 avg) and gained 6670 all-purpose yards, an average of 141.9 yards per game... Joined Cedric Minter (4475, 1977-80) as the only players in school history to rush for over 4000 yards in a career...His 813 carries broke the old Broncos all-time record of 810 by Chris Thomas (1987-91)...His 50 scores on the ground shattered Minter's previous BSU mark of 37...Ran for over 100 yards in 19 contests, one shy of Minter's school record of 20...His ten receiving touchdowns rank seventh in school annals...His 6670 all-purpose yards topped Minter's previous school record of 5316...His 63 kickoff returns broke the old school career-record of 58 by Gary Rosolowich (1973-76).
2002 Season

All-American fourth-team selection by The Sporting News, adding honorable mention from CNN/SI...All-Western Athletic Conference first-team choice and Offensive Player of the Year, as he led the nation in scoring and touchdowns...His 192 points scored and 32 touchdowns rank second in NCAA season annals behind Oklahoma State's Barry Sanders (39 scores, 234 points in 1988)...In 13 games, he set school season-records with 295 carries for 1611 yards (5.5 avg) and 26 touchdowns, topping the previous marks of 258 attemptsfor 1526 yards by Cedric Minter in 1978 and 16 scores by Chris Jackson in 1987... Caught 36 passes for 282 yards (7.8 avg) and six scores...Returned nine kickoffs for 234 yards (26.0 avg)...Gained 2127 all-purpose yards, surpassing the previous school record of 1981 by K.C. Adams in 1994.


Idaho...Began the year with 19 carries for 91 yards and a 12-yard score and 7 catches for 115 yards and a 5-yard touchdown.
Arkansas...Gained 53 yards on 13 attempts and 10 yards on 4 grabs.
Wyoming...Rushed 18 times for 155 yards and a 1-yard touchdown, adding 30 yards on 4 catches.
Utah State...Totaled 81 yards on 15 runs, 26 yards with a score on 3 catches and 36 yards on 2 kickoff returns.
Hawaii...Carried 31 times for 105 yards and a 2-yard touchdown and scored on a 5-yard grab.
Tulsa...Gained a season-high 208 yards on 25 tries with touchdowns 6, 25, 5 & 25 yards... Also made 2 catches for 16 yards and returned 2 kickoffs for 48 yards.
Fresno State...Followed with 21 attempts for 132 yards and a pair of scores, despite playing with knee and neck sprains.
San Jose State...Added 29 runs for 166 yards with 2, 36 & 9-yard scores...Also snared 4 passes for 26 yards and a 16-yard touchdown.
Texas-El Paso...Amassed 114 yards with 3 touchdowns on 23 runs, scored on a 12-yard grab and returned a kickoff 39 yards.
Rice...Carried 29 times for 168 yards and 3 touchdowns, caught 3 passes for 23 yards and a 4-yard score and returned a kickoff 31 yards.
Louisiana Tech...Gained 71 yards with a 3-yard score on 21 tries.
Nevada...Rushed 27 times for 187 yards and 4 touchdowns, including a 38-yarder.
Iowa State (Humanitarian Bowl)...Closed out his career with 24 attempts for 78 yards and scores of 4, 2 & 9 yards, adding 25 yards on 3 receptions and 69 yards on a pair of kickoff returns.
2001 Season

All-WAC first-team selection, leading the conference with 1938 all-purpose yards and 16 touchdowns...Carried 246 times for 1207 yards (4.9 avg) and 13 scores...Caught 35 passes for 369 yards (10.5 avg) and three touchdowns...Returned 17 kickoffs for 362 yards (21.3 avg)...Averaged 161.5 all-purpose yards per game.


South Carolina...Scored on a 1-yard plunge and returned 2 kickoffs for 48 yards.
Texas-El Paso...Rushed 32 times for 132 yards and a 2-yard touchdown, adding 27 yards on a kickoff return.
Idaho...Totaled 120 yards on 22 tries with a pair of 1-yard scores.
Rice...Caught 5 passes for 101 yards and returned 3 kickoffs for 60 yards.
Tulsa...Gained 127 yards on 20 attempts and 57 yards on 2 kickoff returns.
Fresno State...Ran for a 3-yard score and had a 16-yard touchdown grab.
Nevada...Carried 13 times for 105 yards and a 28-yard score.
Louisiana Tech...Picked up 79 yards on 18 runs with an 8-yard touchdown, made 10 catches for 98 yards and a 9-yard score and returned a kickoff 13 yards.
Hawaii...Had 6 receptions for 46 yards and a 6-yard score, a 14-yard kickoff return and 29 carries for 132 yards, including a game-winning 4-yard touchdown with 3:15 left in a 28-21 decision.
San Jose State...Ran 21 times for 122 yards and 3 touchdowns, including a 19-yarder and caught 3 passes for 34 yards.
Central Michigan...Finished the season with 32 attempts for a career-high 212 yards and a pair of 3-yard touchdowns, adding 49 yards on 2 kickoff returns.
2000 Season

All-Big West Conference second-team pick...Ranked sixth in the nation with an average of 183.0 all-purpose yards per game...Carried 197 times for 914 yards (4.6 avg) and nine touchdowns...Made 23 catches for 399 yards (17.3 avg) and seven scores...Returned 24 kickoffs for 517 yards (21.5 avg) while playing in ten games.


New Mexico...Rushed 19 times for 105 yards and a score, adding 2 kickoff returns for 47 yards.
Northern Iowa...Picked up 167 yards and a pair of touchdowns on 15 runs, 27 yards on 2 catches and 98 yards on 4 kickoff returns.
Arkansas...Caught 2 passes for 49 yards and a score, rushed 21 times for 73 yards and returned 3 kickoffs for 67 yards.
Central Michigan...Scored once on 3 catches for 36 yards, gained 63 yards on 2 kickoff returns and carried 17 times for 74 yards and a touchdown.
North Texas...Did not play (undisclosed injury).
New Mexico State...Ran 23 times for 106 yards, returned a kickoff 40 yards and had a 10-yard scoring grab.
Arkansas State...Totaled 136 yards on 33 attempts with a 5-yard touchdown and snared 5 passes for 97 yards and a 49-yard score.
Utah State...Followed with 22 rushes for 95 yards and a 20-yars score and hauled in 3 passes for 75 yards, including a 59-yard score while adding 86 yards on 4 kickoff returns.
Idaho...Collected 78 yards and a pair of touchdowns on 19 attempts and 58 yards on 3 catches with a 39-yard score.
Texas-El Paso (Humanitarian Bowl)...Carried 10 times for 68 yards and a 41-yard touch-down, adding 56 yards on 4 receptions.
1999 Season

Played in every game as a true freshman, gaining 313 yards with two touchdowns on 75 carries (4.2 avg), 125 yards and a pair of scores on seven catches (17.9 avg) and 337 yards on 13 kickoff returns (25.9 avg).


1998 Season

Redshirted as a freshman.


Injury Report
Sat out the 2000 North Texas game with an undisclosed injury...Played in the 2002 Fresno State game, despite suffering a knee sprain and neck stinger the previous week vs. Tulsa.
Campus Agility Tests
4.71 in the 40-yard dash...340-pound bench press...30-inch vertical jump...29 ½-inch arm length...9 1/8-inch hands...Right-handed...17/33 Wonderlic score.
High School
Attended Centennial (Meridian, Id.) High...One of the top football players in the state of Idaho in 1997...Earned first team All-State honors at running back in both 1996 and 1997...Rushed for 1600 yards and 18 touchdowns as a senior, helping lead Centennial to the state championship...Also lettered in baseball...Coached by Lee Neumann.
Personal
Social Science major...Born 2/11/80...Resides in Meridian, Idaho.
RUSHING STATISTICS

YEAR GP GS NO YARDS AVG TD LONG GM/AVG

1999 12 0 75 313 4.2 2 39 26.08

2000 10 8 197 914 4.6 9 46 91.4

2001 12 12 246 1,207 4.9 13 49 100.58

2002 13 13 295 1,611 5.5 26 58 123.92

TOTAL 47 33 813 4,045 4.9 50 58 86.06
RECEIVING STATISTICS KICKOFF RETURNS

YEAR NO YARDS AVG TD LONG NO YARDS AVG TD LONG

1999 7 125 17.9 2 62 13 337 25.9 0 46

2000 23 399 17.3 7 59 24 517 21.5 0 40

2001 35 369 10.5 3 40 17 362 21.3 0 39

2002 36 282 7.8 6 53 9 234 26.0 0 46

TOTAL 101 1,175 11.6 18 62 63 1,450 23.0 0 46
ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE

YEAR GM PLAYS CATCH RUSH K/RET P/RET YARDS TDR P/AVG GM/AVG

1999 12 95 125 313 337 0 775 4 8.16 64.58

2000 10 244 399 914 517 0 1,830 16 7.50 183.0

2001 12 298 369 1,207 362 0 1,938 16 6.50 161.5

2002 13 340 282 1,611 234 0 2,127 32 6.26 163.62

TOTAL 47 977 1,175 4,045 1,450 0 6,670 68 6.83 141.91


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