Jeff Cavender Final Fall Camp Player of the Day

BOISE, Idaho -- The Boise State football team ended fall camp Sunday night and with the last day of camp comes the last Player of the Day selected by head coach Chris Petersen.  The honor on the final day of camp goes to junior offensive right guard Jeff Cavender.

Cavender moved from center to guard midway through fall camp to make room for Jadon Dailey at center.  Cavender heads into the season as the starting right guard after starting every game of his freshman season at right tackle and every game of his sophomore season at center.  He has a 25 consecutive games started streak, which accounts for every game of his career.  He has been instrumental in Boise State finishing second in the country in scoring in 2004 and finishing ninth in scoring in 2005.

"Jeff Cavender is one of the leaders, not only on our offensive line, but on our offense and this team and he has shown it all camp," Petersen said.  "We have moved him from center to guard and he hasn't missed a beat and he has made us a heck of alot better with his flexibility." 

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