Boise State football RB recruit decommits from 2014 class

By Chadd Cripe
© 2013 Idaho Statesman

Running back Squally Canada of Milpitas, Calif., has decommitted from the Boise State football team’s class of 2014, he confirmed via text message Friday night.

Canada plans to visit Oregon State this weekend.

Earlier this week, Canada told me he remained committed to Boise State but would visit Oregon State. But when he committed to the Broncos, he agreed to shut down his recruitment and Boise State agreed not to recruit other running backs.

“Things didn’t work out,” Canada said by text. “I was going to be in violation of my commitment and it was either have (the scholarship offer) pulled or decommit.”

Here is the original story I wrote about Canada.

— DB Khalil Oliver, 6-1, 185, Rocky Mountain HS
— QB Jalen Greene, 6-3, 194, Serra HS (Los Angeles)
— CB Brandon Lewis, 5-11, 180, Pleasant Grove HS (Elk Grove, Calif.)
— DL Greg Gaines, 6-1, 290, La Habra (Calif.) HS
— TE Dimitri Flowers, 6-3, 225, Churchill HS (San Antonio)
— DL/LB Hawkins Mann, 6-4, 215, Borah HS
— TE Drew Sample, 6-4, 235, Newport (Wash.) HS
— WR Shay Fields, 5-10, 165, St. John Bosco HS (Bellflower, Calif.)
— WR Sean Modster, 5-11, 190, Mission Viejo (Calif.) HS
— OL Jesse Sosebee, 6-5, 300, Edison HS (Huntington Beach, Calif.)
— OL Ryan Griswold, 6-5, 250, Pearland (Texas) HS

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Chadd Cripe has spent the past 12 years as the Boise State football beat writer. You can follow him on Twitter @IDS_BroncoBeat.

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