SoCal WR To Attend Camp In Boise

Santa Margarita Catholic HS WR River Cracraft (Santa Margarita, CA) currently holds three offers, but will camp at Boise State this week as he hopes to pick up an offer from the Broncos. The talented WR helped lead the Eagles to a state championship in 2011 & says this year's team has the potential to go back-to-back. He spoke to BroncoCountry.com about his recruitment thus far.

Santa Margarita Catholic HS WR River Cracraft (Santa Margarita, CA) currently holds three offers, but will camp at Boise State this week as he hopes to pick up an offer from the Broncos. The talented WR helped lead the Eagles to a state championship in 2011 and says this year's team has the potential to go back-to-back.

"I have offers from UNLV, UNR, and WSU," he said. "UCLA, Boise State, and a few others are showing interest right now," he added.

"I'm going to camp at Boise State this week," he stated. "Coach Kwiatkowski has been recruiting me and said they only need to see me for one day, but I think I might stay for two."

"They're a winning team," he said in regards to Boise State. "They're really creative with their plays and I think it would be a real cool offense to play in."

Cracraft wants to major in sports management so he's hoping to find a school with a solid program and says a winning culture would be nice too.

"I want to major in sports management. I'd like to find a school with a good program," he said. "Also, a winning program would be nice too. I definitely want to have a good relationship with the coaches as well."

"UCLA and Boise State are two great schools," said Cracraft. "I've grown up around UCLA and I've watched Boise State on TV a number of times. It would be exciting to get an offer from either of them."

Cracraft and his teammates finished the 2011 season with a 13-2 record as they captured a state championship, but will be looking for more this year as they return a roster loaded with talent.

"We just finished spring ball," he said. "There are big expectations for this year, but we still have a lot to improve on. We've got nine starters back on offense and a bunch on defense, so people are expecting us to be really good again. We know we have to take it game by game, though."

"Overall, I feel I had a good spring."

So, what does River Cracraft (6'1, 195, 4.68) bring to the gridiron?

"I've mostly been known for my hands in the past," he said. "I've been working to become more of a deep threat," he added.

BroncoCountry.com will continue to have updates on River Cracraft.




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