Former Cal Commit Will Visit Blue

Nathaniel Narbonne HS WR AJ Richardson (Harbor City, CA) verbally committed to Cal last summer, but chose to decommit once the new staff arrived at Berkeley & his position coach was no longer on staff. Boise State recently jumped back into the picture & the talented WR says he'll take an official visit to The Blue just prior to Signing Day. What are his thoughts on committing to Boise State?

Nathaniel Narbonne HS WR A.J. Richardson (Harbor City, CA) verbally committed to Cal last summer, but chose to decommit once the new staff arrived at Berkeley and his position coach was no longer on staff. Boise State recently jumped back into the picture and the talented WR says he'll take an official visit to The Blue just prior to Signing Day.

"I'm taking an official to Boise State on February 1st," he said. "I'm looking forward to the visit," he added.

"Coach Lake is recruiting me," he stated. "He's real cool. I feel he's someone I can talk to about anything. I'm real comfortable with him."

"I was real close with Coach Wes at Cal," said Richardson. "I knew I had to decommit when he wasn't retained. He was the coach that recruited me the most."

Richardson currently doesn't have an offer from Boise State, but could receive one on his official visit.

"They'll definitely be up there if they offer," he said. "I'm going to announce my commitment on Signing Day. Boise State has been recruiting me for a while, started showing interest a while back, and I'm real comfortable with them. That's why I'm looking forward to the visit."

"The offense excites me a lot," said Richardson. "They put up a lot of points in that offense. The playcalling is always solid and they have a good scheme. Coach Petersen and Coach Prince do a great job with the offense."

And it certainly helps Boise State knowing that Richardson has a "big brother" currently on the team.

"Bryan (Douglas) is like a big brother to me," he said. "He said he won't tell me where to go, but to make the decision that is best for me. We talk a lot and he has told me lots of good things about Boise State."

"I'd say I'm just looking for a group of coaches that make me feel at home," he said. "I want to see how the players bond, the whole family atmosphere, and things like that."

So, what does AJ Richardson (6'1, 190) bring to the gridiron?

"I'm very versatile," he said. "Coaches like that I can play a bunch of different positions, have good hands, and make big-time plays," he added.

BroncoCountry.com will continue to have updates on AJ Richardson.




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