Derek Schouman
Derek  Schouman

Hometown:
Eagle, Idaho

High School:
Eagle HS

Position:
Offensive Graduate Assistant (OL)

Alma Mater:
Boise State (2006)

A former all-league honoree at tight end for the Broncos, Derek Schouman is in his second season as an offensive graduate assistant for the Boise State football team. He rejoined his alma mater as a quality control assistant in 2016.

Schouman primarily works with the Broncos’ offensive line.

A four-year starter for the Broncos (2003-06), Schouman was selected in the seventh round of the 2007 National Football League Draft by the Buffalo Bills, where he spent the 2007-09 seasons. He started 14 games from 2008-09, and also spent time with the St. Louis Rams and Washington Redskins.

In his final collegiate campaign, Schouman earned first-team All-Western Athletic Conference honors and played a major role in one of the most historic games in collegiate football history. He caught a team-high eight passes for 72 yards against Oklahoma in the 2007 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, including a 5-yard touchdown reception on fourth down in overtime - setting up the famed Statue of Liberty 2-point conversion that gave the Broncos the victory over the Sooners.

Throughout his Bronco career Schouman caught 78 passes for 1,009 yards and 11 touchdowns.

Schouman is originally from Eagle, Idaho, and was an All-Southern Idaho Conference honoree during both his junior and senior seasons at Eagle High School.


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