Follow it here and add the bios of Boise State's newest signatories to the recruitment class 2019.
The Broncos are expected to sign a very small amount because only three known commitments are planned to sign Wednesday. Fifteen new recruits signed in December. Their bios are below.
The Boise State class is expected to rank as No. 1 at Group of Five schools and is seen by some as perhaps the best ever.
WR DK Blaylock, 6-5, 175, New Deal (Texas) High
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Three star prospect according to ESPN, 247Sports and Rivals … rated as one of the top 100 wide recipients in the nation, per ESPN … in its final preparatory campaign, caught 51 passes for 1,161 yards and 20 touchdowns headed for Texas District 2- 2A Co-Offensive Valuable Player honor … was also called Class 2A honorable mention throughout the state … also ran nine times for 43 yards … as a junior, caught 21 passes for 336 yards and three scores, earning first team All-District 2 -2A honors … also 12 times rushed for 173 yards and three TD's … two-way player earned second-team all-district honors as a security guard after shooting 19 tackles, and second-team all-district honor to cornerback as senior after recording 32 … also a prominent basketball player, was named Lone Star Varsity Boys Basketball Pre-season player of the year in his senior campaign … as junior average a double-double – 23 points and 12 rebounds per w play – while on average eight help per game.
LB Lolani Langi, 6-2, 210, South Jordan, Utah Bingham High
Three stars prospect according to ESPN and 247Sports … rated the No. 4 prospect in the state of Utah according to both the 247Sports Composite and Rivals, and No. 7 according to ESPN …. 38 at his national rank according to Rivals, and No. 46 per the 247Sports Composite … helped Bingham lead back-to-back state championships in 2016 and 2017, his second and final season … in his final preparatory campaign, 51 tackles – including eight bags – and six forced fumbles, gathering a refresher choice for the Utah All-State First Team (6A) … as a junior, had 68 tackles and eight sacks on their way to first-team all-state (6A) honors … second year a total of 63 tackles and 4.5 sacks.
K / P Gavin Wale, 6-3, 175, Henderson (Nev.) Coronado High
Has the No. 21-point in the country judged according to the 247Sports Composite … garnered first-team all-state accolades of the Las Vegas Review-Journal as senior, and was also named the first All-Southeast League team as both a kicker and a wager … average 43.42 yards at 34 points and tied to 5-of-7 field goal attempts during his last preparatory action … was also called first-team all-league as both a kicker and a punt after his junior campaign. … cousin is former Boise State punter Sean Wale.
SIGNED IN DECEMBER
QB Hank Bachmeier, 6-2, 200, Murrieta (Calif.) Valley High
Among pro-style quarterbacks, No. 6 rated nationally on its position by Rivals, No. 9 by 247Sports and No. 14 by ESPN. A four-year starter who completed 797-of-1.182 passes for 13.150 yards (.675), 156 touchdowns and 30 interceptions. Also 317 times rushed for 2190 yards and 32 TD's. His career-breaking TDs are the most in the history of the CIF Southern Section.
"He was pretty fit, that's one of the things I liked about Hank when I met him … He let other teams come to him late, he had options to go to different places, but he stayed with me it was important to him, and that was appropriate and that was culture and that was Boise State, "said Boise State coach Bryan Harsin said.
STUD Isaiah Bagnah, 6-5, 245, Lethbridge (Alberta) Collegiate Institute
Three stars recruits according to ESPN and 247Sports, the first Lethbridge Collegiate Institute player to sign with a Division I program since former Boise State attacking lineman Jon Gott in 2004. As senior, named first team All-Canada and first team All-Provincial .
"We wanted to find a man in Canada, and Sam Miller, one of our recruiting graduate assistants, came to me in April and said he should see this guy," continues STUD coach Spencer Danielson said. "… He looks good and he will help us to win on the edge."
QB Kaiden Bennett, 6-0, 175, Folsom (Calif.) High
A two-year starter at one of the nation's most productive offensive schools, as a senior he completed 197-of-268 passes for 3,993 yards (73.5 percent), 60 TD & # 39; s and only four interceptions headed for a second direct state title. He also ran 62 times for 431 yards and 12 TDs.
"Kaiden, back-to-back state champion … came here on an unofficial visit, he was sold on the day he came here," said Harsin. "There were many other schools that started to talk to him too late, did not matter."
DL Michael Callahan, 6-4, 255, Yorba Linda (Calif.) High
An average of 4.3 tackles per game in his career, including 21 tackles for loss and 12 bags, and was a captain of two years. As a senior, he had 69 tackles, including 11 for loss and two pockets. Was credited with seven QB sharks and earned the honor of Crestview League Lineman of the Year.
"There is no doubt that he is a Durrant Miles, a Sam McCaskill-type in many different ways, in terms of his mentality, the type of player he is and the intangible assets that he will bring to our program," defensive coordinator Andy Avalos said.
OL Ben Dooley, 6-5, 295, Fallon (Nev.) Churchill County High
Adopted the No. 11 prospect in Nevada by ESPN and No. 12 by 247Sports, the Northern League Lineman of the year played offense and defense. He is also a wrestler who has won a state title as a junior. He won the Wiley Dobbs Invitational in Twin Falls on Saturday.
"He has only played football for two or three years, which is exciting because you can form him, and he is actually just scratching," said attacker Brad Bedell. "He is an athletic, powerful child, there is a lot to work with."
RB Keegan Duncan, 6-3, 220, Declo High
Four-star exploration according to 247Sports was named Idaho & # 39; s Gatorade player of the year in 2018. He raced to 2,041 yards and had 3,620 universal grounds. He scored 51 total touchdowns as senior. He won back-to-back 2A league titles in football, and in track took state titles in the 200- (22.21 seconds) and 400-yard dash (48.7) as a junior.
"He is extremely versatile, a man who can do almost anything, I think the only thing he can not do is to play offensive rules," said Lee Marks, coach of the running coach. "We see him playing extremely early … He will be fun, we can be very creative with him."
OL Jacob Golden, 6-6, 285, Peoria (Ariz.) High
A prospect with three stars according to 247Sports, he was appointed as a Blue-Gray All-American and up to the AZFCA Big 25 Team as a senior. He was named 4A first-team all-state as an attacking lineman and second-team 4A West Valley Conference as a defense line.
& # 39; Another big boy comes in. His father is a coach, so he gets the structure, everything we want here, & # 39; said Bedell. "I recruit Arizona, so I have to be around him, I am very enthusiastic about the size and athletic character that he has."
TE Austin Griffin, 6-7, 240, Mt. San Antonio (Calif.) College
Rated as the # 1 junior college tight end of 247Sports, a four-star ESPN player. He had 13 catches of 80 yards and one score in six games as a sophomore last year. He graduated from high school in southern Utah in 2013 and played rugby before returning to football in 2017.
"This guy will make great games for us all over the field, he's huge, dynamic, he's fast, good hands, a physical blocker, he'll be a great weapon for us," said Kent Riddle, head coach.
STUD Dylan Hall, 6-6, 230, Antelope Valley High (Lancaster, California)
He was a three-star recruiter according to ESPN, Rivals and 247Sports and in 2018 was senior captain, with 24 tackles, of which five were loss. He also had a bag, forced two rumbles and recovered another two, of which he returned for a landing.
"We can not be more enthusiastic about Dylan … In the spring he got an offer per day, that's how it felt, but when we got to know him, that's exactly what we want at this position," Danielson said. "I think heaven is the limit for him and he is extremely diligent."
RB George Holani, 6-0, 195, St. John Bosco High (Bellflower, California)
Nominal number 17 nationally returned by 247Sports, no. 24 by ESPN. As a senior he raced 136 times to 1,172 yards and 18 TD's. He also caught 13 passes for 238 yards and seven TD's for one of the country's best programs. He is finalist for the Polynesian player of the year.
"He is a special talent, (and) everything about him is: & # 39; What can I do to help?", Says Marks. "He is very hungry, he lost his last high school game and he is the type of back that we like, so he will join in. I know he will love Boise. & # 39;
STUD / LB Casey Kline, 6-4, 220, Brawley, California Union High
A prospect with four stars according to ESPN, Rivals and 247Sports. A versatile weapon, he took 68 tackles as senior, 10 for loss and six pockets. He passed for 309 yards and two TD's, and raced for 558 yards and six TD's as a senior. Plans to register next month.
& # 39; Casey is a real Boise statesman, from a desert city, a family with a blue collar, & # 39; said Danielson. "… He was one of the better recruiters we had, making other guys enthusiastic or welcoming, he is going to bring some versatility, be a linebacker, he can hurry."
CB Markel Reed, 6-2, 180, Temple (Texas) High
As team captain as well as junior and senior, he was named First-team All-District 12-6. He was also part of the track and field team and participated in long jump and jump. He was devoted to Texas Tech to a change in the coaching staff earlier this month.
"For what we aimed, he checks all the boxes – we needed length, a man who can run, who can get his hands on recipients," coach Jeff Popovich, coach of cornerbacks said. "He is a high-character man, comes from a good school, he can immediately fit in here."
S JL Skinner, 6-4, 205, Point Loma High (San Diego, California)
During his final year, he was appointed All-CIF San Diego section of the first team. He picked up 40 tackles and an interception and had five forced fumbles. He also had more than 1,000 all-purpose yards and scored 11 touchdowns on offense. Also had Cal and Louisville among finalists.
"He is tall and tall, can come forward and make a tackle, he can play cornerback, but he is certainly the decent safety we like," said safety coach Gabe Franklin. "He is a special child."
WR Khyheem Waleed, 6-3, 190, Casteel High (Queen Creek, Ariz.)
Rated as the No. 9 prospect in Arizona by 247Sports and No. 10 per ESPN, and the top 100 in its national position by ESPN, 247Sports and Rivals. He caught 25 passes for 447 yards and four TDs as the oldest. Multiple Power Five offers rejected when he committed to this.
"He is a bigger man, still a bit raw, but he has that frame that can be loved, can run and has a big step, able to get rid of guys from the scrimmage," curator Eric Kiesau said.
WR Shea Whiting, 6-2, 180, Alive Taylor High (Houston)
He caught 39 passes for 570 yards and six touchdowns, earning first-team All-District 23-6A honors as a senior. He was the offensive MVP of his team. Also is a Blue-Gray Football All-American. In the field of athletics he ran on the second placed 4×400 relay team of the country.
"Shea is really a long, flexible and athletic runner, runs good routes and has strong hands," said Kiesau. "He is still growing in position, but he fits the longer boys we were looking for."