Wednesday, January 22, 2014

New Broncos for the 2014 Season

Boise State coach Bryan Harsin has announced new additions to his roster--a few we knew about, some we did not.

Kolton Donovan, started at long snapper for Southern Utah last year, helping them defeat #1 (FCS) Eastern Washington on a game-winning field goal.  He went on a church mission last year, and has transferred to Boise State.  Donovan was one of Phil Steele's Top College Freshman in 2012, and when he graduated from high school, was rated as the #1 long snapper in the nation after earning All-America honors his senior year.

Dusty Fisher is already on campus, was an all-state wide receiver at Douglas High School, netting 1,100 receiving yards and 15 touchdown passes his senior year.

Jerhen Ertel was a two-year starter for Glendale Community College on the offensive line.

A.J. Richardson signed with Boise State last year, but will enroll this spring.  He was a Semper Fidelis All-American his senior year, ranked as one of the top 10 receivers in the West.  Richardson helped Narbonne High School capture back-to-back CIF Division Championships in 2011 and 2012.  In her senior year, A.J. caught 60 passes for 1,000 yards and 18 touchdowns.

Skyler Siebold played both running back and defensive back in high school.  In his senior year, Seibold rushed 85 times for 571 yards and seven touchdowns and posted 34 tackles on defense.  

Thomas Stuart guided Butte Junior College to the Junior College National Championship.  Stuart was Nor-Cal Conference Offensive Player of the Year, completing 132-204 passes (64.7%)  for 1,927 yards and 29 touchdowns against just three interceptions.

Dylan Sumner-Gardner was an Under Armour All-American his senior season, and is ranked as the #7 high school safety in the nation.  Sumner-Gardner  had 141 tackles, including 14 for loss, and had three interceptions and three forced fumbles his senior year.

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