2014 Boise State football recruit profiles and videos (offense)

Offensive players

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QB Alex Ogle
6-3, 205
Palm City, Fla. (Jensen Beach HS)

High School: Completed 251-of-271 passes for 2,338 yards and 22 touchdowns as a senior, earning the team’s most valuable player honor…was also named all-area…co-captain in the Florida vs. Georgia and Treasure Coast vs. Palm Beach County All-Star Games…junior year completed 75-of-148 attempts for 983 yards and seven touchdowns…sophomore year completed 58-of-109 passes for 705 yards and five touchdowns…for his career, went 384-of-528 for 4,026 yards and 34 touchdowns…earned 2013 All-East Coast Regional Elite Team honorable mention honors…four-year member of the Honor Roll…played for head coach Tim Caffey.

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QB Thomas Stuart
6-0, 190
Baltimore, Md. (Butte JC)

Butte JC: Named Nor-Cal Conference Offensive Player of the Year, and first-team all-league at quarterback for Butte…led Butte to the California Junior College State Championship, earning MVP honors in the title game…Roadrunners were also named co-National Champions…completed 132-of-204 passes for 1,927 yards and 29 touchdowns…threw just three interceptions…completion percentage of .647 led the league.

High School: Led Calvert Hall College High School to a record of 21-3 during his prep career…as a junior, led squad to the first state title in school history, and the first conference title in 30 years…named first-team all-state private school, and second-team all-state consensus (Associated Press)…also garnered first-team all-metro honors…racked up 2,500 total yards and 26 touchdowns…senior year racked up more than 3,500 total yards and 40 touchdowns…once again named first-team all-state private school…also named first-team AP All-State Consensus and first-team all-metro…team finished the season ranked No. 3 in the state…named Crab Bowl Most Valuable Player, Maryland’s All-Star Game.


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RB Cory Young
5-10, 180
Norco (Calif.) High

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RB/WR Jeremy McNichols
5-11, 185
Santa Margarita (Calif.) Catholic High



WR Sean Modster

WR A.J. Richardson
6-1, 199
Lomita, Calif. (Narbonne HS)

High School: Graduated from Narbonne High School in 2013, and delayed enrollment to Boise State until spring of 2014…named a Semper Fidelis All-American following his senior season…also named All-Marine League, all-city section and all-state…rated as a three-star prospect coming out of high school according to both Scout.com and Rivals.com…rated No. 50 at his position by Scout.com and No. 84 by Rivals.com…ranked as one of the top 10 receivers in the West by Scout.com…helped lead the Gauchos to back-to-back CIF Los Angeles City Section Division I Championships in both 2011 and 2012…caught 60 passes for 1,000 yards and 18 touchdowns as a senior…also rushed 22 times for 121 yards and four touchdowns…caught 63 passes for 947 yards and nine touchdowns as a junior…also rushed 21 times for 355 yards and a score…helped lead the Gauchos to the City Section title…sophomore year caught 60 passes for 700 yards and seven touchdowns…played for head coach Emanuel Douglas.

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TE Chase Blakely
6-4, 235
Coeur d’Alene High

TE David Lucero
6-5, 215
Holtville (Calif.) High

OL Andres Preciado
6-6, 250
Mar Vista High (Imperial Beach, Calif.)

OL Tennessee Su’esu’e
6-2, 295
East High (Salt Lake City)

OL Jerhen Ertel
6-5, 258
Bagdad, Ariz. (Glendale CC)

Glendale CC: Redshirted in 2011, and then started every game along the offensive line for the Gauchos in both 2012 and 2013…primarily played at left tackle, but also started at guard…played for head coach Mickey Bell.

High School: Played tight end, offensive line and defensive end at Bagdad High School, which competed in eight-man football…played for head coach Daniel Corbin.

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OL Troy Bacon
6-4, 280
Oak Hills (Calif.) High

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Sports columnist Brian Murphy writes about all sports in the Treasure Valley with a concentration on Boise State football and men's basketball. Murph has been with the Statesman since 2005. You can follow him on Twitter @MurphsTurph.

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