Washington Commit To Visit Boise State?

Vista Murrieta HS LB Jeremy Castro (Murrieta, CA) verbally committed to Washington back in July, but has decided to take all five of his official visits. One of those will be to Oregon this weekend, but a number of other schools could possibly receive a visit as well, including Boise State. So, will Castro take a visit to The Blue? He spoke to BroncoCountry.com about that and more

Vista Murrieta HS LB Jeremy Castro (Murrieta, CA) verbally committed to Washington back in July, but has decided to take all five of his official visits. One of those will be to Oregon this weekend, but a number of other schools could possibly receive a visit as well, including Boise State. So, will Castro take a visit to The Blue?

"Boise will likely get a visit," he said. "I plan to take all five right now. Clemson, Texas, and TCU are other schools that might get a visit."

"Coach Bhonapha offered me," he stated. "They (BSU) had been recruiting me, but said they wouldn't offer because of my commitment to Washington. I told them I'm not set on Washington yet and I'm open to Boise State. So, they said they want me and I got the offer."

"I like their defense and coaching staff," he said in regards to Boise State. "They play fast, hard, and aggressive. That's how we play."

But what about Washington?

"They'll get a visit too and I still consider myself committed," said Castro. "Their coaching staff is really energetic, academics are great, and it looks like a great place to be."

And Oregon?

"I'll be going up there for my first official this weekend," he said. "I want to see how they coach, how they treat their athletes, and obviously the facilities too," he added.

The talented LB says he's looking for the "whole package."

"I want the whole package," he said. "I'm looking for a good staff, a steady program, good academics, and a place that I fit in athletically."

Castro and his teammates have hardly broken a sweat through five games. The Broncos are 5-0 and have their sights set on a CIF Championship.

"Our team is stacked. We've got a great team this year," said Castro. "It's a team game and you have to play hard every game, but I like where we're at right now. We just have to take it game-by-game."

"We've got Chaparral this week," he said. "They beat us two years ago for the CIF Championship. It's a rivalry game, so anything can happen. We got to come out and do what we've been doing."

What does Castro (6'3, 255, 4.7) bring to the gridiron?

"A motor that never stops," he said. "I play hard to the whistle," he added.

BroncoCountry.com will continue to have updates on Jeremy Castro.




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