Leno was a first-team All-Mountain West selection in 2013, and a second-team selection in 2012. He started his final 39 games at Boise State, including 26 at left tackle. He has been a key contributor to the Bronco offense which ranks ninth-nationally in red zone efficiency (.906) and 16ht nationally in scoring offense (38.8). Leno is also part of a senior class that won at least 40 games in their careers. The 2013 Bronco seniors are the 12th-straight class to reach that milestone with 43 victories.
Started each of the Broncos' 13 games at left tackle...named second-team All-Mountain West...ran his streak of consecutive starts to 26, the longest on the Broncos...part of an offensive line unit that ranked sixth-nationally in sacks allowed (0.77 per game)...had a solo tackle against Wyoming (Oct. 27)...one-time game captain in 2012...named Boise State's Most Outstanding Offensive Lineman.
Started all 13 games for the Broncos at right tackle, one of only two players to start every game along the offensive line (Nate Potter)...part of an offensive line unit that helped the Broncos finish the season ranked first-nationally in sacks allowed (0.62 per game)...Boise State also finished ranked fifth-nationally in scoring offense (44.23), ninth in total offense (481.31), 11th in passing offense (309.38) and 40th in rushing offense (171.92).
Reserve offensive lineman made two appearances during his debut campaign with the Broncos...also saw action at tight end due to injuries.
Played football and basketball, earning three varsity letters in each sport...named first-team all-conference as an offensive tackle and second-team all-conference as a defensive end as a senior...earned honorable mention all-conference honors on offense as a junior...also named first-team All-Metro, first-team All-East Bay and was selected to the "Cream of the Crop" Bay Area, which includes the top 22 players in the region...high school coach was Brad Bowers.