Thursday, April 30, 2015

Boise State faced four NFL First Rounders

Pretty tough competition faced by the Broncos in 2012-13 against three first rounders from Washington (defensive tackle Danny Shelton, cornerback Marcus Peters and linebacker Shaq Thompson) and last fall against cornerback Byron Jones of Connecticut.

Sunday, April 26, 2015

Quarterback Micah Wilson Commits to Boise State

Boise State has picked up an outstanding quarterback in this year's recruiting class--Micah Wilson out of Lincoln Christian High School in Oklahoma.

Wilson is a 6-3, 195-pound dual-threat QB.  Last season, Micah was 145-248 for 2,371 yards and 34 TD's vs. 9 interceptions.  He also ran it 83 times for 549 yards and 6 scores.

Saturday, April 25, 2015

Ryan Finley Arrested

Boise State sophomore quarterback Ryan Finley has been arrested for minor possession of alcohol and resisting arrest.  Although we do not know how Coach Bryan Harsin operates in matters such as this, but the incident could open up the door for the job of starting quarterback, at least in the season opener.

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Kelsey Young Transfers from Stanford to Boise State

Not only did the Pac-12 Conference not get to share in Boise State's Fiesta Bowl winnings; the conference continues to lose players to the Broncos.  Stanford, which at 8-5 last season probably can't lose too many players to drop into the lower half of the conference, had to say goodbye to running back Kelsey Young, who received a scholarship to play his senior season in Boise.

Young, the older brother of freshman Cory Young, has already earned his degree, and will play this fall for the Broncos.  Kelsey was named to the Doak Walker Watch List last season, and finished as the Cardinal's second-leading rusher with 331 yards on just 66 carries.

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Derrion Grim Commits to Boise State

Blue Football Through and Through has learned that Derrion Grim, wide receiver from Stockton, California, has committed to Boise State.

Grim made 35 catches for 637 yards and 10 touchdowns last season, his first as a varsity football player.  Grim visited Boise State over the weekend and was offered a scholarship after the visit.

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