That’s it. The last race for Velazquez. This poor guy must have suffered a lot in his career as a Bronco … namely, by some unfortunate coincidence, he had to settle for me and write everything down. Single. a. of his countdown articles. My most sincere sympathies, Joël!
# 46, Joel Velazquez, Senior Redshirt, K / P
Height: 6’0 “
Weight: 227 (+5)
High school: Trabuco Hills High School, Mission Viejo, CA
How did he get to The BlueMT?
M. Velazquez came to us via a 3-star ranking of Scout.com, after a high school career that saw him selected to the All-CIF Southern Section Southwest Division as a punter in 2015, named to the All-Sea View League First Team and All-County Third Team of the Orange County Register (as a punter). He was also a perfect 35-for-35 on PAT attempts and went 6-for-9 on field attempts, sent 41 of his 54 kickoffs for touchbacks, averaging 39.4 yards on 56 punts with a long 72. Competed in the shot put and discus for the Trabuco Hills track team, winning three college letters. He holds the top 10 school grades in 10-lbs. and 12 lbs. Shot put events, and in the 1.6 kg discus.
Because he’s had a good number of punts all but a year he’s on campus. Which just drops the ball and kicks it … while trying not to get murdered by the rushers. Honestly, I think it looks cool because it looks like a call sign for a fighter plane. And as a kid of the Top Gun era, I’m all about it.
Several years in a row (and I still have never seen the movie), but I can’t do not see Wreck-It Ralph when I watch Velazquez.
Joel does a lot for the Boise State special teams. He’s the kickoff specialist, but as mentioned before, he kicked a fair amount (averaging 41 yards in 2020), and he scored a 52-yard field goal before halftime at UNLV ago. a few years. However, when it comes to the big games and clutch moments, his perfect kick towards the end of the crazy comeback thriller against Colorado State in 2017 was probably the most memorable.
Wale will most likely do the bulk of the punters, Dalmas will most likely throw the majority of the field goals and extra points, but Velazquez will likely take care of the kickoffs. and do a little of the other two things. As is tradition.
Is he on Twitter?
Completely invented fact
Prior to being a member of the Broncos, Joel toured the country in disguise and competed (and won) in every kick-the-ball-from-field-in-the-truck-bed competition he encountered. , winning a truck every time. He won 34 trucks and will open a dealership soon after graduation with his accumulated inventory.