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Evan Boehm
C #70
Height:
6-3
Weight:
310
Age:
23
College:
Missouri
Experience:
2

Quick Stats (2016):

G
16
GS
1
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGames
GGS
TOTAL 16 1
2016 ARI 16 1
Recent Games
WKOppResult
1 NE L 21-23
2 TB W 40-7
3 @BUF L 18-33
4 LA L 13-17
5 @SF W 33-21
6 NYJ W 28-3
7 SEA L 6-6
8 @CAR L 20-30
10 SF W 23-20
11 @MIN L 24-30
12 @ATL L 19-38
13 WAS W 31-23
14 @MIA L 23-26
15 NO L 41-48
16 @SEA W 34-31
17 @LA W 44-6

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Biography

NoteCARDS:

  • The Cardinals fourth round selection (128th overall) in the 2016 NFL Draft, Boehm became the first center selected by the Cardinals since the team took Nick Leckey in the sixth round (167th overall) in 2004.
  • Boehm and Cardinals LB Markus Golden are good friends who entered Missouri together in 2012. Both served as team captains for the Tigers.
  • Started all 52 games during his four seasons at Missouri, establishing a school record for starts. His 52 consecutive starts were the fourth-longest active streak in the nation at the end of the 2015 regular season – and was the top total among players from a Power-5 conference.
  • Offered a scholarship to Missouri when he was in eighth grade, prior to starting high school.

NoteCARDS:

  • The Cardinals fourth round selection (128th overall) in the 2016 NFL Draft, Boehm became the first center selected by the Cardinals since the team took Nick Leckey in the sixth round (167th overall) in 2004.
  • Boehm and Cardinals LB Markus Golden are good friends who entered Missouri together in 2012. Both served as team captains for the Tigers.
  • Started all 52 games during his four seasons at Missouri, establishing a school record for starts. His 52 consecutive starts were the fourth-longest active streak in the nation at the end of the 2015 regular season – and was the top total among players from a Power-5 conference.
  • Offered a scholarship to Missouri when he was in eighth grade, prior to starting high school.

 

College Career: A starter all four years at Missouri, Boehm established a school record with 52 consecutive starts ... started 12 games at left guard as a true freshman before starting 40 consecutive games at center in his final three years after switching positions prior to his sophomore campaign.

2015: A team captain, started all 12 games at center … moved his career start log to 52 consecutive games, establishing a new school record (previous was 50 by TE Martin Rucker, C Adam Spieker and CB Carl Gettis) … 52 consecutive starts mark the fourth-best active streak in the nation at the end of the regular season and the top mark among players from a Power-5 conference … preseason All-SEC third-team and was on both the Rimington and Outland Trophy Watch Lists during the year. 

2014: Started all 14 games for the second consecutive season, pushing his consecutive starts streak to 40 games … named to the Rimington Trophy and Outland Trophy watch lists.

2013: Started all 14 games at center, giving him 26 consecutive starts since arriving to Columbia in 2012 ... opened holes for Tiger rushing attack (237.9 yards per game) that ranked 2nd in the SEC and 16th in the NCAA ... first game action at center came in start vs. Murray State (Aug. 31) after he moved to the position during spring drills in the spring.

2012: As a true freshman, helped solidify an offensive line decimated with injuries and started all 12 games at left guard ... earned first-team Freshman All-American status from College Football News and he was the only Tiger offensive lineman that started every game.

Personal: Last name pronounced “BAME” (rhymes with ‘name’) … one of the top prep recruits in the nation coming out of Lee’s Summit (MO) West High School, Boehm was a three-time All-State selection and 2011 ESPN first-team All-American and was the recipient of the prestigious Simone Award as the top prep player in the Kansas City area, becoming the first offensive lineman ever to earn the award … helped lead Lee’s Summit West to the 2010 Missouri State Class 5 Championship in football … an accomplished all-around athlete, also won state championships in both wrestling (heavyweight division) and track and field (discus) … father, Royce, was his high school football coach.

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