|Iloka has to be a tantalizing prospect for defensive coordinators around the NFL, given that he plays free safety but is large enough to be a small linebacker. One of the main cogs in Boise State's defense as a three-year starter, Iloka garnered first-team All-Mountain West Conference honors in his senior season and was an honorable mention All-America selection. He had 58 total tackles in 2011, and finished his four-year Broncos career with 232 total tackles and seven interceptions - four of them as a freshman in 2008. Coming from Boise State, Iloka is also used to winning - the Broncos went 23-3 in games he played. He showed some versatility toward the end of his career, starting at cornerback down the stretch to fill in as Boise State was depleted by injuries. Iloka uses his size to establish a physical presence in the secondary, and can hit hard against both the pass and the run. He ran the 40-yard dash in 4.66 seconds at the combine and displayed a 34.5 inch vertical leap. Durable, reliable and considered an intelligent player, Iloka is one of the top free safeties on the board and figures to get drafted within the first two or three rounds, with the ability to contribute immediately.