Washington DB To Camp At Boise State

Federal Way HS DB Keenan Curran (Federal Way, WA) just recently picked up his first offer as Idaho became the first school to put an offer on the table, but the talented DB is looking to add a few more as Boise State & a number of other schools have recently started showing more interest. Curran also has a busy summer planned as he'll be attending camps across the Northwest region, incuding Boise.

Federal Way HS DB Keenan Curran (Federal Way, WA) just recently picked up his first offer as Idaho became the first school to put an offer on the table, but the talented DB is looking to add a few more as Boise State and a number of other schools have recently started showing more interest. Curran also has a busy summer planned as he'll be attending camps across the Northwest region.

"Boise State just started showing more interest," he said. "I had spoken to Coach Smith a while back, but I just got a letter from their D-Coordinator saying that he knows about me, that I have his attention, and that he wants to see me at camp," he added.

"They've been one of my dream schools growing up," he stated. "To get a letter from them like that really means a lot to me. A lot of schools have seen my film, but I think I'm even better now. That's why I want to go to these camps and show these coaches that I mean business and why I have such a love for the game."

"They've been the underdog for a while and I love that," he said in regards to Boise State. "I love cheering for the underdog, but it's funny how they go up against these Pac-12 schools and almost always seem to come out on top. That shows what kind of program they have at Boise State."

In addition to Boise State, he also plans on attending a number of other camps across the Northwest.

"I'm going to camp at Boise State, UW, Oregon State, Northwest Elite, and the NFTC," said Curran. "Like I said, I think the main thing for me is to show these coaches that I'm even better than my film. I think after that the interest will really start to pick-up for me."

"A lot of schools have talked to me about playing Safety," he said. "Idaho sees me as more of an ATH, but I really don't care which position I play. I just want to go to a school that will utilize my talents in the best way possible. I'll play any position they want me at."

Federal Way has one of the top programs in the Evergreen State year-in and year-out and this season figures to be no different as Curran and his teammates set their sights on a state championship.

"Anything less than a trip to The Dome will be a disappointment," said Curran. "We have a strong line, me at QB this year, some young and talented WRs, and a good defense. We expect to make a run at state."

So, what does Keenan Curran (6'2, 185, 4.6) bring to the gridiron?

"I play with a lot of energy," he said. "The main thing I bring to the field is a 150% tempo because there's always going to be someone playing harder than you," he added.

As a junior, he racked up 30 tackles, 3 INTs, and 4 fumble recoveries.

BroncoCountry.com will continue to have updates on Keenan Curran.




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