Archie Lewis
Archie  Lewis

RS Senior

Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.

High School:
Rancho Cucamonga HS

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 299




Vander Esch's DPOY Among 19 All-MW Picks

Nineteen Broncos earn All-MW recognition, Vander Esch named Defensive Player of the Year


Wilson, Lewis Named To Senior Bowl List

Broncos vying to be the first to play in the Senior Bowl since Darian Thompson in 2015


Moa, Lewis Named To Award Watch Lists

Both Broncos named to the Outland Trophy watch list, Moa also to Bronko Nagursk Trophy list


Bronco O-Line Recognized

Boise State offensive line a semifinalist for the Joe Moore Award


Boise State vs. Air Force

MW Showdown

  • Outland Trophy Watch List (2017)
  • All-Mountain West Second Team (2017)
  • Mountain West All-Academic (2014)

    RS SENIOR (2017): Named to the All-Mountain West Second Team...started all 12 games in which he appeared...part of a Bronco line for the Mountain West's No. 2 scoring offense (32.5 ppg)...opened holes for Alexander Mattison's 1,086-yard rushing campaign, Boise State's ninth-straight season with 1,000-yard rusher.

    RS JUNIOR (2016): Along with the rest of the Bronco offensive line, was a semifinalist for the Joe Moore Award, given to college football's top offensive line unit...appeared in and started all 13 games...part of a Bronco offensive line that paved the way for the Mountain West's top offense at 472.8 yards per game...helped provide protection in a passing offense that ranked 15th in the country with 298.3 passing yards per game.

    RS SOPHOMORE (2015): Appeared in 13 games, starting eight...part of an offensive line of the Mountain West's top-scoring offense (39.1 ppg) and top-ranking total offense (501.3 ypg), each of which also ranked 15th in the FBS...protected for the top passing offense in the Mountain West (309.9 ypg) and 16th-best in the country.

    RS FRESHMAN (2014): Appeared in 11 games, starting five...part of an offensive line for an offense that led the Mountain West in scoring (39.7 ppg)and is second in total offense (494.3 ypg) while ranking ninth and 14th nationally, respectively.

    FRESHMAN (2013): Redshirt season...initially signed with Boise State in 2012, but delayed enrollment until spring 2013...participated in spring practices.

    Started along the offensive line for the Cougars as both a junior and senior...missed his first two high school seasons due to injury...named second-team All-Baseline League at offensive tackle following his senior season...head coach was Nick Baiz.

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