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The highest-graded players from the Mountain West Championship

Boise, ID, USA; Boise State Broncos linebacker Curtis Weaver (99) tips a pass from Fresno State Bulldogs quarterback Marcus McMaryion (6) during the first half at Albertsons Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Losness-USA TODAY Sports

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[Editor's Note: While we grade every player on every game, to qualify for an overall game grade for this recap's purpose, a player must have played at least 20 snaps to be considered a full-time contributor to the game.]

Top 5 overall

Fresno State offense

Marcus McMaryion, QB – 76.1 overall grade
Jared Rice, TE – 75.3 overall grade
Micah St. Andrew, OG – 67.2 overall grade
Ronnie Rivers, RB – 66.0 overall grade
Markus Boyer, C – 64.9 overall grade

Fresno State defense

Kevin Atkins, DI – 78.4 overall grade
Mykal Walker, Edge – 72.6 overall grade
Jaron Bryant, CB – 72.5 overall grade
Kwami Jones, Edge – 70.3 overall grade
James Bailey, CB – 70.1 overall grade

Boise State offense

Alexander Mattison, RB – 78.3 overall grade
Ezra Cleveland, OT – 76.2 overall grade
Ct Thomas, WR – 71.0 overall grade
Sean Modster, WR – 69.1 overall grade
Garrett Larson, C – 67.8 overall grade

Boise State defense

Curtis Weaver, Edge – 78.9 overall grade
Avery Williams, CB – 77.9 overall grade
Tyler Horton, CB – 77.3 overall grade
Sonatane Lui, DI – 72.8 overall grade
Tyson Maeva, LB – 70.6 overall grade

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