Saturday, March 10, 2012

Quarterback Ryan Finley Commits to Boise State

Boise State has their quarterback in the 2013 class.  The lucky recruit is Ryan Finley, a 6-4 quarterback from Paradise Valley High School in Arizona.

Finley was 239-of-381 for 2,908 yards and 25 touchdowns vs. only 7 interceptions.  Finley has a nice touch on the ball and makes excellent decisions.  He also rushed for 111 yards and four TD's.  Rayn runs a 4.6 40 and has a 35-inch vertical jump.  Better yet, he has a 4.5 G.P.A., meaning he has already taken advanced college courses for credit in high school.

"It’s a place he really wanted to go to," said Donnie Yantis, Paradise Valley coach. "It’s a top-five program. Petersen is one of college football’s best coaches. It was a no-brainer.”

Paradise Valley is the same school that has already given the Broncos cornerback Ebo Makinde.

Finley seems to be another of those guys we all envy; you know, the kind of guy that does everything well.  He scored 18 points a game in basketball, was the #1 tennis player at Paradise Valley and also was a high jumper as a sophomore.

The Broncos also offered quarterback Cooper Bateman from Salt Lake City and Jared Goff from Kentfield, California with the understanding that the first one to accept would become a Bronco.  And Finley won the sweepstakes.

Finley chose Boise State over California, Arizona, Arizona State, UCLA and Northwestern.

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