SPRING 2011: The Vandal defensive backs

HOW DO YOU REPLACE A TEAM LEADER LIKE SHILOH KEO? Idaho has spent most of spring working out the kinks in a defensive backfield that won't feature the former Team Captain and All-WAC safety for the first time in four years. But with just one week left in camp, position battles at strong safety and the rest of the Vandal defensive backfield are getting settled as an experienced unit takes form.
April 18, 2011

2010 PREVIEW: An emerging backfield

THROUGHOUT FALL CAMP, THE IDAHO DEFENSIVE BACKFIELD HAS BEEN RESILIENT. For the 2010 season the Vandals return a host of talent and experience across the board among the safeties and corners, buoyed by senior SHILOH KEO, a 2009 First Team All-WAC selection named to this year's Thorpe Award watch list. "Competition breeds excellence," DC Mark Criner told GVN, leading to fierce position battles.
August 16, 2010

INSIDE SLANT: DB Trey Williams

IDAHO'S RECRUITING FOCUS THIS YEAR was clear: defensive backs and team speed. Four high school seniors were signed for the defensive backfield, including Mississippi All-State and region MVP TREY WILLIAMS, a 6-2, 195-pound athlete sporting a 4.45 forty with his sights set on free safety. Inside, Williams talks about selecting Idaho and the switch to defensive back.
March 2, 2009