The Bengals completed their busy third round by taking safety George Iloka from Boise State.
Cincinnati has been trying to stock up at safety for several years. The Bengals created an opening at the position when they released Chris Crocker in the offseason.
Cincinnati had three picks in the fifth round on Saturday. The Bengals took cornerback Shaun Prater from Iowa with their...
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April 28, 2012
George Iloka/S/Boise State: Towering frame, but thin and lanky. The kind of guy you envision would be able to match up with the big and athletic TEs of today’s NFL. However, his body doesn’t translate to great play on the field at this point in time. As a tackler, he takes poor angles. You’d [...]
George Iloka S Boise State #8
Impressive size. Good all-around athlete. Looks fluid in coverage considering his size. Has more than enough size and strength to further develop his tackling skills. Impressive leaping ability; can be an asset in coverage in the red zone.
Simply misses too many tackles. Doesn’t know how to...
Safety George Iloka from Boise state is one of fast rising players on draftboard. The tall and rangy safety has improved his stock tremendously with impressive performances at the seniorbowl and at the combine. I met up with Iloka to talk about his great years at Boise state and his prospects of being an NFL player.George Iloka grew up in Houston, Texas where he learned the traits...
PJD is on vacation, STILL. During this time, we've decided we'll take a quick look at potential Minnesota Vikings draft picks for the second or later rounds. With so many needs and so many draft picks to get this team back to a place where we can at least pretend they are respectable, we'll have plenty of ground to cover. Let us know what you think of each prospect in...
Boise State senior defensive back George Iloka talks about the Senior Bowl and what its like to be in Mobile and competing with four of his teammates.
Boise State safety George Iloka says he spent last week mending nicks and bruises, watching film and taking some time away from football.
But there was also some practice time devoted to fixing flaws and weaknesses from the season's first seven games.
For Iloka (EYE-loh-kuh) and the rest of his teammates on defense, that meant a little extra time in tackling drills during three...
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October 31, 2011